Historical Drama

Tribeca 2021 Review: ’12 Mighty Orphans’ Wastes A Good Underdog Story

Haunted by his mysterious past, a devoted high school football coach leads a scrawny team of orphans to the state championship during the Great Depression and inspires a broken nation along the way.

5 Average

We Live 1001: Intolerance (1916)

The story of a poor young woman, separated by prejudice from her husband and baby, is interwoven with tales of intolerance from throughout history.

We Live 1001: Birth of a Nation (1915)

The Stoneman family finds its friendship with the Camerons affected by the Civil War, both fighting in opposite armies. The development of the war in their lives plays through to Lincoln's assassinati...

TV Review: ‘Halston’ Is Style Over Substance

It tracks Halston as he leverages his single, invented name into a worldwide fashion empire that's synonymous with luxury, sex, status and fame, literally defining the era.

6 Fair

TV Review: ‘The Nevers’ Has Promise But is Weighed Down By Whedon

An epic tale following a gang of Victorian women who find themselves with unusual abilities, relentless enemies, and a mission that might change the world.

6 Fair

‘The Courier’ Review: A Gripping Cold War Espionage Thriller

Cold War spy Greville Wynne and his Russian source try to put an end to the Cuban Missile Crisis.

8 Great

Miami Film Festival 2021: ‘Beans,’ ‘Rebel Hearts,’ ‘Ludi,’ and ‘A State of Madness’

Alan French reports back from the first two days of the 2021 Miami Film Festival, including screenings of "Beans," "Rebel Hearts," "Ludi," and "A State of Madness"

Sundance 2021 Review: ‘The World to Come’ is a Lyrical, Achingly Sad Love Story

Somewhere along the mid-19th century American East Coast frontier, two neighboring couples battle hardship and isolation, witnessed by a splendid yet testing landscape, challenging them both physicall...

8 Great

TIFF 2020 Review: ‘One Night In Miami’ Is a Triumphant Debut For Regina King

Actor-director Regina King’s feature directorial debut, based on Kemp Powers’ play, is a fictionalized account of a 1964 meeting between Malcolm X, Muhammad Ali, Sam Cooke, and Jim Brown.   ...

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