Jarmusch’s hipster zombie satire, a dull and lazy dud, demonizes all the right (right-wing) people.
This lightweight mockumentary reduces Dylan to a leftist cliché.
In this revenge satire, Octavia Spencer gives Hollywood the cliché it deserves.
The way he sings them, American pop songs of the ’60s and ’70s are healing, audacious, and even beatific.
Ava DuVernay and Netflix get zeitgeist fever.
May his daring at least get Disney’s closed minds to rerelease Song of the South.
Amazingly — refreshingly — this folk-rock doc does not look to ’60s artists for political instruction.
Keanu Reeves trusts moviegoers to know the difference between fantasy and reality.
Willem Dafoe plays the radical Italian artist who focused on human depravity, including in himself.