"One Night in Miami" finds the humanity inside four 1960s supermen
Black icons get the spotlight in a speculative drama by Oscar winner Regina King.
Peter Howell's Top 10 for 2020: Finding human connections in a socially distant year
The coronavirus kept us apart, but movies still had the power to bring us together.
In "Wonder Woman 1984" Gal Gadot’s superhero antics are still a wonder to behold
“Be careful what you wish for” is both a plot synopsis and snappy critical verdict.
Sparks fly and Viola Davis and Chadwick Boseman ignite in "Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom"
Here's why Black musicians really do have reason to sing the blues in a white world.
The peace and love 1960s come to a violent end at Altamont '69 in "Gimme Shelter"
The worst Rolling Stones concert sparked the best (and most infamous) rock documentary.
David Fincher's "Mank" ably gets "Citizen Kane" — and also Hollywood's dark heart
David Fincher's "Mank" comes as a corrective of sorts to "Citizen Kane" mania.
The late, great Sean Connery on the late-career joy of working with a woman his own age
Sean Connery and Gena Rowlands enter the room like parents working a family reunion.
"Borat" sequel has secret weapon to make benefit of movie watchers
The humour is still gross, the cultural and political revelations are even nastier.
"The Trial of the Chicago 7" puts the past on the stand to galvanize the present
Aaron Sorkin psychically links Richard Nixon's paranoia with Donald Trump's megalomania.