A beautifully filmed account of famed artist Paul Gauguin’s two years in Tahiti that succumbs to a less than stellar script and direction.
A riveting political thriller with a heavyweight cast and superb direction that tells the true story of the Pentagon Papers, starring Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks, and directed by Steven Spielberg.
A well-done historical drama that depicts the first month of the Churchill administration including the epic evacuation of British troops from Dunkirk. Gary Oldman took home the Golden Globe for Best Actor for his role.
Dame Judi Dench stars as Queen Victoria in her later years striking up an unlikely friendship with a young Indian clerk in this well-crafted and moving film.
A thought provoking documentary on this inspiring spiritual leader.
Christophe Nolan’s ‘Dunkirk’ is an epic account of this World War II event with stunning visuals and pulse-pounding action.
This is a masterful documentary on the often brutal history of the American coal industry that must be seen.
This docudrama comes as brilliant reminder of where we have been and here we should be going on racial and gender discrimination at a time when we could surely use it.
The new documentary ‘On the Map’ delves into how the 1977 Israeli basketball team awoke a nation.
Amazon’s Elvis & Nixon reworks this unlikely partnership into comedic fare.