Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali are a superbly balanced team in this inspiring, entertaining tale.
“The Front Runner” chronicles the three weeks in 1987 that turned a presidential candidate into tabloid roadkill.
Every scene carries with it a sharp-eyed commentary on American life.
“Monrovia, Indiana” offers a slice of contemporary American life in the wake of the 2016 presidential election.
“A Private War” dramatizes the story of a prizewinning reporter.
Before Madonna and Lady Gaga, Maria Callas was the original diva.
At the height of a 40-year career, the actress is embracing new platforms in “House of Cards” and “The Romanoffs.”
Warner Media’s decision to kill off a beloved film site also kills off cultural capital and a national patrimony.
Somehow, some way, this Freddie Mercury biopic works. It is a cinematic unicorn.
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