Film

It Ain’t Cabot Cove: Murder In Maine Haunts The Twisty ‘Blow The Man Down’

by Scott Tobias Note: Blow The Man Down will be available for streaming Friday, March 20, on Amazon Prime. Tourists

While Waiting Out The Pandemic, It’s Worth A Watch Of These Classic Films

by Bob Mondello Critics are often asked “What’s your favorite movie?” — and most of us have learned to deflect the question. If you see a few hundred films a year, “favorite” is a moving target. Stiil, when pressed, I do have a ready answer: Buster Keaton’s silent, Civil-War comedy The General. The 1926 black and

‘First Cow’: A Profound, Ruminative Western

by Chris Klimek First Cow, writer-director Kelly Reichardt’s seventh feature and her fifth collaboration with novelist/screenwriter John Raymond, is

‘The Night Clerk’: Hitchcockian Premise, Half-Cocked Execution

by Mark Jenkins Everyday life is a big mystery to Bart, a 23-year-old hotel worker who describes himself

A Fun But Familiar Story Of Making Yourself Over In ‘Brittany Runs A Marathon’

By Linda Holmes Why would a person who has never been interested in running become a person who

‘Ray & Liz’ Is A ‘Melancholic And Unsparing’ Portrait Of A Household At Society’s Edge

by Andrew Lapin Richard Billingham grew up in a squalid tenement home in Thatcher-era Britain, in a region outside Birmingham commonly referred to as the Black Country. And true to its name, his upbringing was the blackest of circumstances. Billingham and his younger brother Jason wrestled with an alcoholic, withdrawn father and a violent, short-tempered