How combat deeply affects relationships is the theme of “Extinction” and “The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society.”
Author Archives: GLENN KENNY
A soulful boy bonds with a soulful beast, 20,000 years ago, in this solo feature debut by the director Albert Hughes.
Mélanie Thierry is an enigmatic Marguerite Duras in this film based on Duras’s semi-autobiographical novel.
Two end-of-the-world films worth comparing and contrasting: “How It Ends,” on Netflix, and the 1970 movie “No Blade of Grass,” on Amazon Prime.
A digital urban myth becomes an evil force in Sylvain White’s film.
A fictional feature that is more of a doc-narrative hybrid, the film directed by Crystal Moselle dives deep into a kind of hangout freedom.
This revelatory French-made film, shot in the 1960s and directed by the former war photographer Pierre Schoendoerffer, gets a New York premiere.
In Ken Marino’s comedy, a love of dogs brings people together.
“Like Father,” “Father of the Year,” and “The Week Of”: Netflix comedies about families offer some pleasures amid the highly predictable stuff.