Documentarian Kent Jones’ ‘Diane’ is a rare look at rural, working-class people – without a hint of condescension.
The 1972 documentary languished for four decades, but it’s finally taking a well-deserved place in the spotlight.
In director Tim Burton’s ‘Dumbo,’ we don’t even get much of Burton’s trademark scurviness.
The movie is a literal love letter to the legendary filmmaker.
Tiger Woods reacts as he wins the Masters golf tournament April 14, 2019, in Augusta, Ga.
The films that impressed Monitor film critic Peter Rainer this month include ‘The Highwaymen’ and ‘Ash Is Purest White.’
The film is a more ambitious work than Peele’s ‘Get Out,’ but despite some extraordinary sequences, it’s also a lesser work.
The focus is now on the lawmen who ambushed the duo.
Director Jia Zhangke does extraordinary work.
Matthias Schoenaerts stars as a convict who bonds with a mustang while serving out his prison time in the Nevada desert.
The first Marvel Comics woman superhero movie suffers from wooden dialogue and a misuse of good actors.
Christian Petzold's new movie draws on noir films and wartime melodrama, but he takes these elements in a wholly different direction.
The documentary's never-before-seen footage conjures up the transcendent hopefulness of the mission.
This month Monitor film critic Peter Rainer enjoyed films such as ‘Free Solo’ and ‘Ruben Brandt, Collector.’
In the film, a psychotherapist believes he has to steal paintings.