The smoothness of Leonardo DiCaprio's face is deceptive. He can hide behind its boyish affability the way Laurence Olivier hid behind putty noses and funny accents. In Catch Me If You Can, DiCaprio's was
Lee’s satirical 70s comedy – about a black police officer who infiltrates the Ku Klux Klan – is broad and unsubtle, but hits its targets effectively Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman is a broad satirical comedy
Sad, tender and quietly moving, “The Departure” never says more than it needs to, much like its subject, a Buddhist priest who counsels those contemplating suicide. The documentary, directed by Lana Wilson,
Never Forever: Drama. Starring Vera Farmiga, David L. McInnis, Jung-Woo Ha. Written and directed by Gina Kim. (Not rated. 104 minutes. At the Kabuki.) Vera Farmiga is the best American actress you've heard
Director Rian Johnson delivers a tidal wave of energy and emotion in the eighth episode of the saga, as Luke, Leia, Finn and Rey step up to meet their destiny An old hope. A new realism. An old anxiety.