Arts & Culture FilmJohn AndersonNovember 01, 2018
Queen’s Freddie Mercury was pop’s most flamboyant performer—a closeted icon who rode a gay aesthetic to stardom.
Arts & Culture FilmJohn AndersonOctober 12, 2018
Damien Chazelle’s "First Man" is a remarkably idiosyncratic movie, given the usual heroic/fantastic presentation on screen of space travel—or anything involving the heavens.
Arts & Culture FilmJohn AndersonOctober 04, 2018
“A Star Is Born” is not only among the most self-reflective of Hollywood vehicles but the most resilient; when clichés work they are called conventions.
Arts & Culture FilmJohn AndersonSeptember 14, 2018
The film tells the story of Louie Zamperini, who spent 47 days at sea before being rescued, imprisoned and tortured by the Japanese.
Arts & Culture FilmJohn AndersonSeptember 07, 2018
In Xavier Giannoli’s new movie, an intrepid reporter is asked by the Vatican to compile a report on a reputed miracle.
Arts & Culture FilmJohn AndersonAugust 01, 2018
Her gift for solving puzzles is not a superpower. It is not a cure for cancer. But it is an indication that, inside, Agnes has untapped intellect.
Arts & Culture FilmJohn AndersonJuly 20, 2018
The documentary version of Andrew Solomon's book emphasizes the love parents have for children with autism, deafness and other unexpected identities.
Arts & Culture FilmJohn AndersonJuly 16, 2018
Bo Burnham’s new movie is a joyous reminder that 13 is not, in fact, the best year of your life.