Arts & Culture

Jordan Barbour, Darryl Gene Daughtry Jr., Kyle Soller, Arturo Luís Soria and Kyle Harris in ‘The Inheritance’ (photo by Matthew Murphy for MurphyMade, 2019)
’The Inheritance’ is a portrait of millennial gay male life in New York City, and it is a picture both celebratory and cautionary.
Rob Weinert-KendtNovember 18, 2019
Bartosz Bielenia in Boze Cialo (“Corpus Christi”) (IMDB)
“Corpus Christi” is not a critique of Catholicism, though; it may not even be a deliberately Catholic film, writes film critic John Anderson.
John AndersonFebruary 18, 2020
Photo: Sony Pictures Classics
As did Martin Scorsese in “The Irishman,” director Marco Bellochio poses challenging questions about guilt and the nature of truth in “The Traitor,” a film which does much to remove the glossy veneer of organized crime.
Ryan Di CorpoFebruary 14, 2020
The French animated film traces the harrowing journey of a severed hand through the streets of Paris
Mike SeayFebruary 7, 2020
Little Women has been adapted over and over again for radio, television and the stage (photo: IMDB).
‘Little Women’ reminds us that death, despite its inevitability, is not permanent. It’s as temporary as falling asleep on a train.
Elyse DurhamFebruary 7, 2020