For those sensitive to dizziness, Josh Matthews warns of going to see "First Man" in the theaters: "A movie can be about vertigo, but it should not create vertigo."
The nostalgia-oriented documentary, “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?”, depicts the unlikely TV personality of Fred Rogers—who created, produced, wrote, and acted in the show—and it answers some of our questions that we, as adults who once watched the show as kids, would now have.
The Rider uses—so it appears to me—all untrained actors for all of its parts, as untrained as some of the movie’s horses. It seems like a documentary, and parts of it look like a camera crew showed up to film what was already happening in real life.
Has Disney created anything fresh and interesting in its take over and continuation of the Star Wars story?
“Chappaquiddick” probes basic issues about the moral behaviors of American politicians and why voters elect them, even when politicians behave badly.
The great accomplishment of “A Quiet Place” is its own soundscape, which gets us to listen to everything in it.