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Two Contemporary Biographies

Eighth Grade Kayla Day (Elsie Fisher) is 13 and in her last week of eighth grade and looking forward—with trepidation—to high school in her benign...

At the Movies: On British shores and on British sets

‘On Chesil Beach’ British writer Ian McEwan is the author of more than a dozen accomplished novels in the last 25 years and has had...

Two Very Different Winners

RBG Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (RBG for short) has experienced a rich and fruitful life. Yet all her contributions, however epoch-making, did not...

Two Films from Real Events: One a Hijacking Suspenser; the Other a...

The Death of Stalin British writer/director Armando Iannucci is best known for his caustic HBO comedy series, “Veep.” He also scored with the droll feature...

Two Films: Brits Behaving Badly and Bits from the American Songbook

The Party Versatile British writer-director Sally Potter has made only eight feature films over 35 years; films that have received radically varied critical assessments.  Her...

Two Films for the New Year: The American Western Revived and...

Hostiles They used to be standard fare in movie houses: “classic” Westerns, typically featuring laconic heroes, stoic sidekicks, cavalry units, Indian attacks, ladies in distress,...

Two Steadfast Ladies Shine: One Changing the Newspaper Game and One...

‘The Post’ Steven Spielberg’s last DC-based movie was a triumph: “Lincoln” in 2012. It featured a stirring historical moment, showing, in the battle for the...

Three New Movies: One Story of Revenge, Two Others of Redemption

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri “Three Billboards” feels like witnessing a new Coen Brothers film, most particularly “Fargo.” It has the small-town Midwest vibe, the...

Movies This Month: Both High Crimes and High Art

Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House A movie about Washington’s most abiding secret—the identity of Watergate’s “Deep Throat”—arrives in Peter Landesman’s...