- Moonee is 6 years old and lives in a cheap hotel in the Orlando area. But this is no Eloise-in-the-Plaza-Hotel fantasy; Moonee’s young single mother, Halley, is doing her best to feed her daughter and make sure they have shelter.
- Paddington, the lovable bear from Peru, is back. Once again, he’s getting himself into a pickle.
- Daniel Day-Lewis delivers an astonishing performance in this twisting, twisted cinematic creation.
- A. A. Milne returned from the First World War traumatized by what he’d seen. He wanted to help people see the truth of war so that it would never happen again.
- It’s 1971 and all is not well at The Washington Post. Publisher Katherine Graham (Meryl Streep) wonders if she should allow the family-owned paper to go public.
- As the Nazis continued to conquer Europe in 1940, it became obvious that England was the next target.
- Ninety years after it was first published, a computer-animated, feature-length film has been released based on the classic children’s book The Story of Ferdinand.
- We asked our reviewers to offer the top five titles they enjoyed most in 2017 in a number of categories.
- This beautifully filmed documentary portrays a modern-day prophet: poet, essayist, novelist, farmer, and conservationist Wendell Berry.
- The scene feels so familiar: Luke, impulsive and hot-headed, rushing off to do something he’ll probably regret. Master Yoda, small and mighty and wise, leaning on his staff and chuckling.
Young Miguel wants to be a musician more than anything, like his hero Ernesto de la Cruz. Unfortunately, that’s the one thing his family will not allow.
It has been a two-year wait for Wonder to finally be released in theatres.
Loving Vincent celebrates the work of artist Vincent van Gogh; his famous paintings and characters come to life in the film.
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