Article 'Moonlight' The rewards for close attention to every scene and shot in "Moonlight" are the same as those for any patient reading of Henry James serpentine sentences.By Richard AllevaNovember 30, 2016 Movies Article 'Hell or High Water' "Hell or High Water" breathes new life into familiar materials, dealing out anachronistic juxtapositions while de-romanticizing the iconic figures of the western.By Rand Richards CooperSeptember 22, 2016 Movies Article ‘Café Society’ & ‘Florence Foster Jenkins’ Comedies with superficial characters aren’t necessarily bad, but ‘Café Society’ stays predictable. ‘Florence Foster Jenkins,’ however, makes room for pathos.By Richard AllevaAugust 26, 2016 Media Movies Music Article 'The Innocents' With its command of reverberant silences, its conveyance of past horror and ongoing pain, 'The Innocents' does what all good movies do: it lingers with you. By Richard AllevaJuly 28, 2016 Religious Life Secularism and Modernity Article 'Chimes at Midnight' Just in time to relieve the post-Oscar doldrums comes the reappearance of Orson Welles’s "Chimes at Midnight," the 1966 adaptation of Shakespeare’s Henry IV plays.By Richard AllevaMarch 10, 2016 Movies Article 'Son of Saul' Writer-director László Nemes takes us into the Auschwitz death camp one day in late 1944. The camera immediately fastens on Saul Auslander and never lets go.By Richard AllevaMarch 31, 2016 Movies Article 'Fire at Sea': Documenting the Ongoing Tragedy in the Mediterranean By Dominic PreziosiOctober 29, 2016 Movies Pope Francis Social Justice War and Peace Article 'The Revenant' Very few historical films have achieved this degree of physical verisimilitude. The bad news? Verisimilitude may be 'The Revenant'’s only great achievement.By Richard AllevaFebruary 10, 2016 Movies Article 'Weiner' 'Weiner' sets out to film Anthony Weiner’s unlikely political comeback, as he sought to put the disgrace behind him with a run for mayor of New York in 2013.By Rand Richards CooperJune 24, 2016 Media Article 'The Birth of a Nation' Like Joan of Arc, Nat Turner was a mystic whose visions led him to take up arms. Unlike Joan’s visions, his were blood-drenched and race-specific.By Richard AllevaOctober 27, 2016 Movies Race Tags Movies Please email comments to [email protected] and join the conversation on our Facebook page. ShareShare Twitter Print Previous StoryStaff Pick: The Final Six Novels of Muriel Spark Next StoryKeeping the Christmas Season
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