Disney's remake of "The Lion King" looks like the real thing--animation that simulates real life in astonishing detail. Whether we want animation to simulate real life is another question, but it's the crucial one.
The lovely paradox of Lulu Wang’s “The Farewell,” in subtitled Mandarin and English, is that everyone in it tries to hide their feelings as long as they can, yet their story goes straight to your heart.
Toy Story 4
A fourth "Toy Story," coming nine years after the trilogy ended, is automatically big news. But is it good news? The answer is four times yes, with only minor qualifications.
Men in Black: International
"Men in Black: International" is an industrial product salvaged from the remnants of an exhausted franchise and aimed at a young audience that may not know or care what a joy the original was.
The Last Black Man in San Francisco
“The Last Black Man in San Francisco” is about the stories we need to tell ourselves. What the hero of this piercingly beautiful debut film longs for most strongly is a place he can call home.
Filmkritikeren Joe Morgenstern, som ugentligt nedgør eller roser film til Hollywood-skyerne, er "Pulitzer Prize"-vinder, arbejdede for The New York Times og andre store amerikanske tidsskrifter. Dette betyder, at denne herres mening tæller og man bør ubetinget konsultere ham inden biografturen.
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