Read less Read more Everybody knows Sherlock Holmes, but did you know his significantly younger sister, Enola? With joy-inducing music, a meaningful narrative about the creative process and a passionate performance from Garfield as Larson, Tick, Tick.
Virunga is an incredible, unflinching, and honest look at the brave individuals who are risking everything to protect this National Park, and doubles as an in-depth look at the realities of life in the Congo.
His father, however, is in charge of a tightknit Philadelphia community of Black cowboys, living unusual but unusually fulfilling lives.
Things spiral out of control from there, creating a kaleidoscopic film about the impossibility of ever really knowing someone else.
Mankiewicz as he tries to finish Citizen Kane.
With a few flashbacks and elegant animation, this strange, satisfying story delves into loss, both physical and emotional, in the most poetic of ways.
A story first dramatized by William Shakespeare in the late 1500s, we are given a glimpse of the king not as a proud and noble leader, but as a young man who still has some serious maturing to do.