Todd Haynes' latest is a surprisingly, sometimes frustratingly, straightforward drama.
Mostly a showcase for acting and writing, but the melancholy sticks.
A rare sequel that surpasses its predecessor, "Frozen II" is the heroine's journey Elsa always deserved.
A gritty little ditty that gets the job done.
A mid-'90s indie gets its due from the Criterion Collection.
A wonderful depiction of how Fred Rogers endures in American culture.
Martin Scorsese's latest is not a masterwork, but it's a sturdy reminder of the magic left within the filmmaker in the golden years of his career.
A thoughtful, insightful and beautiful work of force and finesse.