I enjoyed God’s Own Country for its realistic style and its unflinching vision of intimacy.
The Brattle Theatre has come up with a specially-curated slate of films that honors the cinematic underpinnings of Netflix’s Stranger Things.
The King’s Choice is a thoughtful nail-biter, a suspenseful historical drama.
I love subtlety, and beauty, and trash, and terror, in equal measure.
Lucky is a showcase for Harry Dean Stanton’s unique talents, which primarily lie in his inhabiting roles as an amped-up or quirkier version of himself.
Chaos threatens to usurp the plot, but Jennifer Lawrence’s luminous performance keeps the story, such as it is, moving along.
Just about every night at the Brattle through September 23 is Tilda Swinton night. What’s not be thrilled about?
The HFA marathon is a wonderful blend of arty and popular films that span the decades and feature bloodsuckers.
We want to see how looming middle age is treating these two friends, whose intersecting careers and self-images shape their relationship.
Dominique Abel and Fiona Gordon’s vision tries to elevate the everyday to a realm of magic by way of the absurd.