Frances McDormand hits the road and the road hits back; Fred Hampton lights up the screen; a Korean family makes an Arkansas home; a regal if rocked Michelle Pfeiffer; and a pandemic-shot black-and-white relationship fizzle chamber drama.
There were a lot of movies. There were a lot of good movies when they were on 35mm film. It was a fertile time for movies…
History that’s not yet past: Sam Pollard’s vital, necessary documentary is a must-see.
Old folks, young love, aspiration in India, Denzel Washington still hunting serial killers, and Tom Hanks way out west.
The real world is soulful, too, in Pixar’s bountiful life of the mind.
Cold, cold revenge: There’s poppiness to gobble, there’s shine in the dark.
Wong Kar-wai recalibrates his celebrated work in a restoration of his work through 2008.
“Finding” takes on many meanings: A fresh Chicago voice tells a true crime story from a new perspective with superb results.
A silken hallucination of a dissipative writer’s mind, the mind being that of Herman Mankiewicz, who co-wrote “Citizen Kane.”
Chicago’s 2020 film festival programmers on turning the impossible into the improbable: The show goes on.