“Black Panther Will Return,” the credits tell us, in a phrase usually reserved for James Bond. But should she?
Morgen has no illusions about the impossibility of a definitive take; his recognition of that allows his film to be more personal.
Bridging the gap between two cultures divergent in their expressions of love, “Everything Everywhere All At Once” is an Asian story told through American sensibilities.
“See How They Run” seems to provide emphatic further proof that murder mysteries are making an impressive comeback in modern movies.
The days of the low budget, acting dependent, niche biographical film are long gone. Let me introduce the newest bankable genre: the biopic.
The film — with its unpretentious, if indulgent, focus on the meaning of story — arrives at the perfect moment, and has made me wish for more perspectives like it.
The nauseating parallels between Hong Kong’s 1989 democracy protests and the 2019 Anti-extradition Law movement have blurred the lines drawn by time.
“Our Father” delves into the raw emotional impact of the revelation — the identity crises of the children and the distress of their parents upon finding out the news.
Simply put, “The Batman” is excellent, with near-perfect casting, stunning cinematography, deft comic adaptation and shrewd directorial decisions
Think of the value of three years of Duke tuition. Now imagine being in debt for that much. Not because of student loans — that would be too easy — but because of a Tinder match.
This year, Netflix is placing its hopes in Jane Campion’s “The Power of the Dog'' to take the big prize home, and after watching it with Duke Screen/Society, it’s easy to see why it’s a favorite.
If you ask me, Jan. 20 should totally be a national holiday.
There is a certain type of magic in the air during the holiday season that makes the unbelievable seem more reasonable — such as the laughably unrealistic plots to Hudgens’ Christmas movies. During Christmas time, it somehow all makes sense — once you understand it is best not to ask any questions at all.
Twenty years after its initial release, the magical scenes and captivating story in Hayao Miyazaki’s “Spirited Away” still hold their allure, both for today's children and all of us who were once children.
If you have already finished Season 3 of You and are looking for another character as manic, obsessive and morally questionable as Joe Goldberg, then “The Beta Test” should be next on your watch later list.