In trying to look back on the 2010s, I tried to come up with a list of my favorite films. What became apparent was that were several filmmakers who consistently made films that I adored. So, instead of giving the world yet another best-films-of-the-2010s list, I’m spotlighting my favorite di…
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HOLLYWOOD — GALECA: The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics, comprised of 260 mainly U.S. journalists covering film and television, including The Conway Daily Sun's Alec Kerr, has named its final-round choices for its 10th annual Dorian Awards, honoring 2019’s finest movies, performances…
I know it is blasphemous to say, but Martin Scorsese’s latest film “The Irishman,” his gangster movie reunion with Robert DeNiro and Joe Pesci and his first collaboration with Al Pacino, is not a masterpiece. Heck, it wasn’t even the best “Scorsese” film of the year.
With the release of “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker,” the nine-film Skywalker Saga that began with 1977’s “Star Wars” has come to a close. While there will certainly be more “Star Wars” films, this is the end of the episodic adventures of Luke Skywalker, et al.
Right up front, “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” is good. Die hard fans will probably be harsher on the film, but more casual fans will likely be satisfied by the conclusion of the latest “Star Wars” trilogy.
With today’s release of “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker,” the nine-film Skywalker saga that started in 1977 comes to a close. But while “Rise of Skywalker” marks the end of an era, the Disney+ series “The Mandalorian,” the first live-action “Star Wars” TV series, points to a promising new …
“Marriage Story,” writer/director Noah Baumbach’s film about divorce, features its stars — Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver — each singing a song from Stephen Sondheim’s musical “Company.”
It has been about a month since the launch of Disney+, the new streaming service from Disney that not only provides access to the vast majority of the studio’s deep library of content, but exclusive films and series.
Late in “A Beautiful Day in the Neighbor” — the film starring Tom Hanks as beloved children’s TV host Mister Rogers — a journalist writing an article about Fred Rogers is told, “It isn’t really about Mister Rogers, I mean it is, but there’s a lot of you in here.”
“Charlie’s Angels,” a brand that started as a 1970s TV series about a group of women who fight crime thanks to a mysterious benefactor, is from a bygone era in which female heroes had to be titillating. Sure, the angels could best the bad guys, but it was important that they looked fab-u-lou…
Writer/director Mike Flanagan’s “Doctor Sleep” has the seemingly impossible task of being a sequel to both Stephen KIng’s 1977 novel “The Shining” and Stanley Kubrick’s 1980 film adaptation. Miraculously, he pulls it off.
Thirty-five years after the original “Terminator” film was released, we now have “Terminator: Dark Fate,” the sixth film in the franchise, and the fourth unnecessary sequel. But of these gratuitous sequels, “Dark Fate” is the strongest.
FRYEBURG, Maine — Asbury Shorts, New York's longest running short film exhibition and touring show, returns to Fryeburg, Maine for a 10th consecutive year on Friday night, Nov. 8, presenting its nationally recognized 38th Short Film Concert.
There has been an increasing nostalgia for the horror 1980s, as evidenced by the Netflix series "Stranger Things" and films like "It" being set in the time period and films such as "The Babysitter" and “Happy Death Day” obviously being inspired by the era.