‘Abacus, Small Enough to Jail’ review: The story of an immigrant family’s bank and its downfall | Movie review WATCH
“Abacus” is a kind of stealth home movie: a portrait of two generations of an immigrant family in the United States.
A 32-year-old woman (excellent Noa Koler) books a wedding hall for the last night of Hanukkah, which gives her three weeks to find a groom,...
This uncomfortably intimate documentary looks at life at a female juvenile- detention center in Tehran.
This documentary on the legendary saxophonist sticks to a conventional, dully informative format.
Nicole Kidman gives a commanding and versatile performance as Gertrude Bell, a British adventurer, archaeologist and linguist, in this Werner Herzog film.
Kate Beckinsale returns in the fifth installment of the franchise as a vampire “death dealer” wanted by both sides in a centuries-old feud.
This brisk, energetic documentary, narrated by Keanu Reeves, examines the work of the Japanese actor Toshiro Mifune (1920-1997) and also traces the history of the...