“I’m old, but not obsolete,” is the new Arnold Schwarzenegger zinger in this “Terminator” franchise reboot. “I’ll be back” gets recycled too, but don’t expect this return to be better than the originals. (Although it’s better than than the last two efforts.)
“The Overnight” is one of those on-the-clock, dark comedies driven by melodrama and sexually charged situations. The great asset at director Patrick Brice’s disposal is his cast – mainly the slack and enigmatic but always soulful Jason Schwartzman.
Crystal Moselle’s intrigue documentary “The Wolfpack” follows the secluded lives of the six Angulo brothers, who were raised in relative isolation – never leaving their small Lower East Side apartment in Manhattan – for nearly 17 years.
Somewhere in a slightly alternative reality, a French journalist making a documentary about a reclusive female faith healer gets entwined with the tale of a single mother seeking help for a sickly child. But it’s more a sensual experience than a narrative.
The Jurassic World amusement park and “Jurassic World“ film face the same problem: They’re saddled with the burden of outdoing what came before. In the film’s world, though, that problem becomes predictably fatal.
Art City is back to enliven a second Cambridge August. Proof: The citizen group announced Tuesday the chance to enter its second annual festival of short films, with a deadline of June 28.
Beginning today and running through Aug. 31, the Harvard Film Archive hosts “The Complete Robert Altman,” a retrospect on a dauntingly prolific filmmaker that includes feature films including “Nashville” and “Short Cuts” and some rare made-for-TV work.
Boston-born and Harvard-educated Andrew Bujalski goes upscale with some A-minus-list actors and a bigger budget, matching doughy, rich and angry with the upbeat, driven and beautiful denizens of a boutique health spa.
The good news is that the whole cast is of “Entourage” is back and under the direction of series creator Doug Ellin, but this looks to be more like a swan song than a rebirth.
A young Hasidic wife and mother who’s begun to question her place in life and a wandering loner experience an inexplicable pull toward one another – if only the actors could make us feel it too.