Like last year’s festival breakout Three Identical Strangers, Ed Perkins’ Tell Me Who I Am is another documentary about siblings with a terrible secret at its center. Unlike Strangers though, the deception
They call him Sandman; he calls them “the boys.” It’s an unexpected friendship, maybe, between the 55-year-old comedic superstar and the street-level thirtysomething auteurs, but a genuinely fond one.
*This review does not contain any spoilers. The Amazon anthology series adapted from the famous New York Times vertical of the same name, Modern Love, dropped today, and it’s mostly just really cute. episode
Incredible images abound in Victoria Stone and Mark Deeble’s “The Elephant Queen,” which follows a herd of elephants led by a giant Athena. The nature documentary joins the matriarch of the title and group
Robert Eggers’s horror-fantasy about a pair of men tending a lighthouse at the end of the 19th century is one of the most original films of the year. Every now and then a movie beguiles your mind’s eye.
Halloween slasher Michael Myers has seen quarter-scale toy form at least twice before. First, McFarlane Toys made him in a dynamic action pose. Later, NECA made him looking more neutral. Neither were articulated,
“Greener Grass” is the kind of comedy that begins with one suburban mother cheerfully handing over her newborn baby to another mom, to keep, on the sidelines of a kids soccer match. And it only gets more