Luca Marinelli stars in a loose, agonizingly beautiful adaptation of Jack London’s classic novel.
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The least this sexless Netflix version of Daphne du Maurier’s novel could do is to look lush and beautiful. Alas.
In a way, even the Spike Lee–directed version of David Byrne’s Broadway show, streaming on HBO, allows us to “leave our homes.”
Paycheck De Niro is back, baby.
Garrett Bradley’s remarkable film folds together years of home-movie footage to provide a glimpse into activist Fox Rich’s fight for her family.
Rejoice! The weird voice is back.
By jumping through time and four different performances, the movie paints a portrait that is fractured instead of illuminating.
Sunita Mani and John Reynolds bicker and mull their way through an alien invasion.
Rashida Jones and Bill Murray are a daughter and dad who turn up some repressed familial pain playing amateur detectives in Sofia Coppola’s new film.
How do you ***** up a movie in which Jessica Chastain, Colin Farrell, and John Malkovich face off against each other?