Challenged at work, supported at home, the trio of NASA mathematicians are a bold representation of cooperative black domestic life.
The director of 'Jaws' grew up “a wimp in a world of jocks.” He just wanted to be accepted.
Our two critics go head-to-head with their favorite movies of 2016.
Black indie directors were tapped for studio blockbusters, and some of the most interesting films about black characters were made on the margins.
The best (and the rest) coming to theaters in the last weeks of the year.
This hard-to-find 1982 documentary about America’s addiction to guns and violence gets new life 35 years after its initial release.
The newest Star Wars film feels like a return to the overly serious prequels, rather than the joyful nostalgia of the sequels.
The director’s latest film, based on three short stories by Alice Munro, confirms his view that women’s lives exist chiefly for melodrama.
This soaring musical captures the romantic glow of old-school Hollywood while keeping its feet firmly planted in reality.
Natalie Portman and director Pablo Larraín have transformed seven days in the life of Jacqueline Kennedy into a raw portrait of grief.
In this remarkable drama, Isabelle Huppert plays a woman who has to remake herself after she loses everything she’s known.
In Paul Verhoven’s ‘Elle,’ Isabelle Huppert takes control as both actress and auteur.