Over three days, the theater will be screening three of Kirk’s finest films, showcasing the risks and range behind that toothy smile and the iconic, dimpled chin.
“The film is boilerplate dead-celebrity bio-doc stuff that will make pleasant enough home viewing for those with a mild interest in the subject,” writes film critic Sean Burns.
This new take on Jack London’s classic about a noble sled dog discovering his destiny never quite makes it seem like the canine protagonist is in the same space as...
The 25th annual Bugs Bunny Film Festival runs from Feb. 15 - 23.
The period French drama explores the female gaze in a story of two women.
Last night’s oversized 3 1/2 hour broadcast was seemingly designed for people who don’t like movies very much, writes ARTery critic Sean Burns.
In an unnamed movie studio where the boss resembles Harvey Weinstein, “The Assistant,” writer-director Kitty Green’s sickly, spellbinding drama, explores the normalization of systemic abuse.
The documentary positions one of the biggest stars in the world as an underdog while introducing us to Taylor 2.0 who cusses, disobeys her advisors and is unafraid to speak...
Screening at the Kendall Square Cinema, the films cover such crowd-pleasing topics as cancer, kidnapping, child rape, abortion, Alzheimer’s and animal abuse.
The $100 million, star-studded “Cats” finds new and extravagant ways to be terrible like the world has never witnessed. And that’s resonating with late-night audiences.
The plan still needs to pass muster with the Boston Arts Commission, the Boston Landmark Commission and the Boston Parks Department.
Despite the deceptive title, director Ladj Ly’s electrifying film is not yet another adaptation of the 1862 classic novel, but rather an examination of police and racial tensions.
The writer-director’s movies operate according to a stubborn internal logic all their own, offering not the slightest concession to those in the audience trying to puzzle them together.
Filmmaker Lee Loechler proposed to his high school sweetheart by recreating her favorite movie at Coolidge Corner Theatre.
In 1982, the film opened in eighth place at the box office and vanished from theaters within weeks, but almost 40 years later it’s considered a masterpiece by genre aficionados.
Director Sam Mendes’ film tells the story of two British infantrymen on a dangerous mission to deliver a crucial message on foot through no man’s land to inform a battalion...
Set in 1950s Rio de Janeiro, "Invisible Life" is a tale of two sisters torn asunder by the capriciousness and insecurities of the bullheaded men in their lives.
The pastry chef undertakes the often Sisyphean task of recreating popular snack foods, a struggle that threatens to destroy her every time.
"Little Women," the new movie inspired by Louisa May Alcott’s beloved novel, is set when and where she wrote it -- in mid-1800s Massachusetts.