The Kids Are (More Than) All Right! Six films about special children
As we celebrate A United Kingdom, let’s take a look back at a half-dozen films that feature a mélange of African royalty, real and imagined.
Rosamund Pike as Ruth Williams and David Oyelowo as Seretse Khama in A United Kingdom. (Photo courtesy of Twentieth Century Fox)
A United Kingdom is a new romantic drama based on this little-known moment of 20th century history and starring David Oyelowo and Rosamund Pike.
Six films that fool around with clocks and calendars In celebration of
Conor (Lewis MacDougall) is shadowed by The Monster (performed and voiced by Liam Neeson) in A Monster Calls. Photo courtesy of Focus Features
A Monster Calls is deliberately more moving than scary.
Disney’s Moana delivers girl power, South Pacific-style
Joel Edgerton and Ruth Negga play Mildred and Richard Loving. (Photo courtesy of Fox Searchlight Pictures)
n his handful of features, writer-director Jeff Nichols has carved out a unique and compelling niche for characters on the edges of modern society.
As winter comes to Delaware, enjoy the warm sun and sand from these tropical locales, but remember not all—in fact, not much—is well in paradise.
Lofty beginnings come undone in adaptation of a Philip Roth novel