Review: THE WORLD ACCORDING TO GARP
The movie is as much of a page-turner as John Irving’s novel.
Quick Take: COASTAL ELITES
A humorous, bitter rebuttal to everything that Donald Trump stands for, even if there are no deeper insights here.
Quick Take: CUTIES
The portrayal of Amy’s conflict feels heartfelt and relevant, and the boisterous kids are all terrific.
Review: DAYS OF WINE AND ROSES
Alongside The Lost Weekend (1945), Days of Wine and Roses has had a unique impact when it comes to this particular illness on screen.
Quick Take: I’M THINKING OF ENDING THINGS
Sad and confounding, tedious at times, the film is packed with bizarre, darkly humorous and creepy moments.
It became a grand Western comeback for John Ford, and one of the genre’s most masterful examples.
Quick Take: THE NEW MUTANTS
OK cast, but bogged down by a dull climax involving a demon bear, no less.
Review: ONCE WERE WARRIORS
As a portrait of domestic abuse, there are few surprises. But the cultural debate simmering underneath it makes the film stand out.