Director Luca Guadagnino will spent the rest of the year deservedly basking in the acclaim for “Call Me By Your Name.” However, next year he’ll be back in the spotlight, with horror fans giving him plenty of scrutiny about his redo of…

Like director Brett Morgen‘s “The Kids Stays in the Picture” with Robert Evans and “Cobain: Montage of Heck” with Kurt Cobain, “Jane” is a portrait of a single, singular figure who had an enormous impact on cul…

Even as summer season flop “The Dark Tower” took major hits from critics, and stories emerged about its fractious post-production, everyone involved put on their game faces. Just days before the critically slammed picture opened, “The Walki…

“BPM (Beats per Minute)” is a defiantly messy film, portraying both the personal and political lives of the Paris ACT UP chapter in the early 1990s as they struggled to bring AIDS out of the shadows, by confronting the public and state with its devasta…

Long before he became acquainted with the subject of his documentary Jane, Brett Morgen assumed that the primatologist Jane Goodall was a "goody two-shoe[s]." The filmmaker was used to tackling figures with pronounced dark sides like Hollywoo…

One of the most divisive movies of the year, everyone has an opinion on “mother!” but Rex Reed‘s review for The Observer might take the cake. The critic has never been a fan of Darren Aronofsky, but “mother!” holds a speci…

A wrenching love story, set in Paris in the early 1990s, told against the background of HIV/AIDS activists battling against government and pharmaceutical indifference as they fight for their lives. The group is ACT UP-Paris and the movie is BPM (Beats …