A well-meaning-but-disappointing play becomes a similar such film.
Lou Harry continues No Sleep October with a look at influential TV movies.
Like the top entries of its off-off-Broadway setting, this film is best when making up its own rules.
Lou Harry debuts his new column with reviews of film-related tabletop games.
An intriguing new concept gets off to an inadequate start.
A thoughtful, complex Shakespeare bio from director-star Kenneth Branagh.
Nuanced, compelling Shakespeare you can only find from the stage.
A drama that interestingly blurs its David versus Goliath lines.
A modestly ambitious, good-enough science-fiction oddity.
A more intimate than epic biopic that captures van Gogh's lingering echo.
Guest writer Lou Harry takes us into the classic Universal Frankenstein films.