Jul. 23, 2015 at 12:00am | By Ann Hornaday |Permalink
Sony Pictures Classics
Jimmy’s Hall is a history lesson wrapped in a love story, tied with a bow of lyrical, unapologetic idealism. Directed by Ken Loach and written by longtime collaborator Paul Laverty, this gentle, richly filmed, fact-based drama uncovers a little-known chapter in...
Jul. 21, 2015 at 3:27pm | By Katie Walsh |Permalink
The Antichrist is a woman. This may sound like a belief held by misogynist men’s rights activists, but it’s also the thesis of the religious horror flick The Vatican Tapes, and a rather clumsily, haphazardly executed one at that.
Jul. 16, 2015 at 7:56am | By David Lewis |Permalink
The courageous, scary Cartel Land is a jaw-dropping documentary about two vigilante groups, on opposite sides of the U.S.-Mexico border, trying to stave off Mexican drug cartels. When the action focuses on the battle lines in Mexico, the results are nothing short of s...
Jul. 16, 2015 at 12:00am | By Colin Covert |Permalink
With Robert Downey Jr. making him a skull-cracking action hero on the big screen and Benedict Cumberbatch making him a high-functioning sociopath on TV, what sort of Sherlock Holmes yarn can add fresh story material? How about Ian McKellen playing the immortal character as we’ve never seen...
1 Velázquez here and there: A confluence of Diego Velázquez events is happening. In Fort Worth, a free lecture about Velázquez’s An Old Woman Cooking Eggs, given by Renaissance and Baroque art professor Tanya Tiffany, w...