more by George Sax
published on Dec. 19, 2017 8pm
If you’re so inclined, you can regard Joe Wright’s Darkest Hour as an unintended complement to Christopher Nolan’s recent epic Dunkirk.
published on Dec. 13, 2017 9am
The Night of the Hunter (1955), the final selection in Alex Weinstein’s five-film noir series at the Dipson Eastern Hills Cinema, isn’t only a celebrated classic; it’s an example of a film that was too good. Directed and co-written (with James Agee) by the distinguished actor Charles...
published on Nov. 28, 2017 8pm
Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman’s Loving Vincent is virtually two films, one of them more successful than the other.
published on Nov. 27, 2017 1pm
Playwright-movie director-screenwriter Martin McDonagh customarily provokes, startles, unsettles, even repels, often with sudden violence.
published on Nov. 1, 2017 8am
A conscientious effort that ultimately fails to explain the real troubles that A. A. Milne’s beloved stories caused his offspring.
published on Oct. 18, 2017 12am
An ambiguous hero, a defense of leaks, and the motivations of Watergate’s Deep Throat.
published on Oct. 11, 2017 12am
Let’s dispose of first things first: Buffalo’s City Hall gets its close-up in Reginald Hudlin’s Marshall, and it looks fine.
published on Sep. 26, 2017 11pm
Battle encapsulates a lot of tennis sturm und drang and the personalities involved into a bright, intelligent, and very entertaining package.
published on Sep. 20, 2017 12am
A movie that Holden Caulfield would bluntly disapprove of.
published on Aug. 16, 2017 1am
Taylor Sheridan’s bleakly moody crime drama, Wind River, is linked to last year’s Hell or High Water because Sheridan wrote the script for the earlier movie.