more by George Sax
published on Aug. 8, 2017 2pm
From Downfall director Oliver Hirshbiegel, a drama about the man who tried to assassinate Hitler in 1939.
published on Jul. 19, 2017 7am
Christopher Nolan’s new film about the rescue of more than 400,000 British and Allied soldiers from their entrapment by German forces on the French coast, in May and June of 1940.
published on Jun. 28, 2017 12am
War, Civil and Gender
published on Jun. 21, 2017 1pm
Salt of the earth sits down to a meal with cigar chomping, earth-destroying, society-endangering capital in a new comedy by Miguel Arteta and Mike White.
published on Jun. 14, 2017 12am
An Everyman protagonist is ensnared in the cruelly restrictive British social service system and begins a harrowing odyssey of soul-trying frustration.
published on May. 17, 2017 12am
The title character of Joseph Cedar’s surprisingly entertaining and poignant film calls himself “a consultant” at one point. This isn’t so much a lie as a misleading statement.
published on May. 10, 2017 12am
Oh, how Jackie Kennedy would probably hate Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur: Legend of the Sword.
published on May. 3, 2017 12am
British filmmaker Terence Davies’s look at the famously hidden life of poet Emily Dickinson
published on Apr. 24, 2017 8pm
How a life was virtually saved at an early age by an emotional and intellectual connection with Disney films.
published on Apr. 12, 2017 12am
Land of Mine, a Danish nominee for the best foreign film Oscar, is about reciprocal inhumanity and dire challenges to compassion and conscience.