After the all-virtual Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo demanded by 2020’s raging pandemic, the free event returns Saturday and Sunday in a new form defined by a more confusing Covid moment: as a Mini-MICE with room to breathe inside the open-air Starlight Square entertainment complex.
These reviews of what’s in theaters and streaming include documentaries such as “Time” and “Barbara Lee: Speaking Truth to Power,” but also less impressive fare such as “Sweet Girl,” “Demonic,” “Confetti” and “Beckett.” But “The Night House” and star Rebecca Hall raise the horror bar.
These reviews of what’s in theaters and streaming includes the latest rounds of Brattle rewinds to what we missed on the big screen in 2020, including “Never Rarely Sometimes Always” and “The Assistant,” as well as new films “Annette,” “Jolt” and the documentaries “Ailey” and “Sabaya.”
“The Suicide Squad,” not to be confused with “Suicide Squad,” is a step up from that disappointing 2016 entry point as well as “Birds of Prey.” It’s helmed by James Gunn, the once lo-fi auteur of gore and superhero quirk who rose to mainstream notoriety with Marvel’s “Guardians of the Galaxy.”
These reviews of what’s in theaters and streaming doesn’t include just reviews of new fare such as “Jungle Cruise” and “Blood Red Sky” and Brattle rewinds of pandemic-era offerings. There’s also a link to free tickets for Leo Carax’s latest with Adam Driver and Marion Cotillard, “Annette.”