Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand lead a visually stunning and impeccably acted (if unimaginative) Tragedy of Macbeth
At the Film at Lincoln Center this autumn, check out the best of American and International cinema with the 59th NYFF!
‘We Need to Do Something’ is mostly contained in a single room, but if it fails to keep the realism at the forefront.
A social satire that hints at horror, ‘All My Friends Hate Me’ is overstuff and overlong but entertaining nevertheless.
At the Tribeca Film Festival’s premiere of the new film False Positive, the Knockturnal got a chance to talk to the film’s writer and star, Ilana Glazer, along with other cast and crew
False Positive is a psychological thriller with a sense of humor, starring Ilana Glazer as a woman who is forced to trust either her friends and family or her own body.
With over 100 movies in the 2021 Sundance Film Festival, here are some small thoughts on the films at the festival our critic didn’t elaborate on.
A handful of documentaries at the Sundance Film Festival told stories that are worth telling in some truly inventive ways.
Two innovative and non-traditional movies, ‘We’re All Going to the World’s Fair’ and ‘R#J’ both present a look at the world on our screens.
A serviceable adaptation of a revolutionary novel, ‘Passing’ is pleasing to the senses but ultimately hollow.