This coronavirus edition of movies to shelter with includes a few excursions into the mind of Charlie Kaufman and some scarier descents into the worlds of M. Knight Shyamalan and Ari Aster, with actors such as Toni Collette, Chadwick Boseman and Charlize Theron along for the ride.
This coronavirus edition of movies to shelter with is capped with “Black Panther,” just one of the heroic roles of Chadwick Boseman before his death last week at 43. There’s also a trio of films looking at life on Native American reservations, a couple of beguiling Kirsten Dunst films, and more.
This coronavirus edition of movies to shelter with ranges from the silly super powers of Netflix’s “Project Power” to the political super powers that pull off a coup in Iran – with some Bruce Willis, David Cronenberg, dark documentaries and bright Hungarian animation as well.
This coronavirus edition of movies to shelter homes in on Austin, Texas, from the retro pleasures of Richard Linklater to the echoes of horror perpetrated by Charles Whitman. There are also documentaries that range from explorations of hate to celebrations of art at the Newport Jazz Festival.
This coronavirus edition of movies to shelter with has films celebrating poet/author Charles Bukowski (whose namesake bar has closed in Inman Square) and remembering the grittier 1970s in rock and journalism, as well as violent times in the 1960s and 1980s that still resonate.
In this coronavirus edition of movies to shelter with, choices range from the dramas of the late Alan Parker (such as “Mississippi Burning”) to Ang Lee’s devastating “The Ice Storm,” with a doc about the alt-right to break you and another to build you up, and honors for Olivia de Havilland in between.
In this coronavirus edition of movies to shelter with we look back at the – often far better – work of the people behind “The Old Guard,” which premiered this weekend, and sample the storied career of composer Ennio Morricone, who elevated the work of directors from Sergio Leone to Quentin Tarantino.