Films

Pentagon Papers - The Post


Steven Spielberg's exhilarating drama is a ticktock thriller about the freedom of the press, the White House's war on that constitutional right and the woman who defended freedom. Full review
Manohla Dargis
The NYTimes


Darkest Hour
Considered as history, this film offers the public a few new insights and details about the practice of statecraft in a time of crisis.Full review

A.O. Scott
The NYTimes

Detroit
In “Detroit,” director Kathryn Bigelow concentrates and refracts the 1967 riots in that eponymous city through the lens of one of its most notorious yet largely forgotten incidents. Full review

Ann Hornaday
Washington Post

Attention - Violent


Viggo Mortensen steals the show as a father whose idealistic way of raising his children comes under attack by the real world. Full review

Brian Moylan
The Guardian

This long-awaited film adaptation of the August Wilson play remains stagy, but as a showcase for two towering performances it could hardly be improved. Full review

Catherine Shoard
The Guardian

 2013



Perhaps the most beautiful thing about Moonlight is its open-endedness, its resistance to easy summary or categorization. Full review

A. O. Scott
The NYTimes
















Ruth Negga and Joel Edgerton star as an interracial couple in 1950s Virginia in Jeff Nichols’s wonderful true-life drama.Full review
Wendy Ide

Jim Jarmusch’s reverent documentary portrait of Iggy Pop, one of rock’s ultimate daredevil provocateurs, is downright prim.Full review

Stephen Holden
The NYTimes
Natalie Portman is extraordinary as JFK’s widow, but the real star of Pablo Larraín’s film is Mica Levi’s score. Full review

Mark Kermode
The Guardian



















A tightly wound Casey Affleck struggles with his demons in Kenneth Lonergan’s heartbreaking tale of love and regret in small-town America. Full review

Mark Kermode
The Guardian

Ethan Hawke does a fine job of portraying the jazz great. Full review

Wendy Ide
The Guardian
This potent provocation of a movie says, yeah, Baker got lost, but look what he found. Full review

Peter Travers
Rolling Stone
In Ethan Hawke’s extraordinary performance, this glamorous enigma becomes a credible, if pathetic character who lives for only two things: to play the trumpet and to shoot heroin. Full review

Stephen Holden
The NYTimes


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