In her novel “Unquiet” their daughter, Linn Ullmann, recaptures memories of her childhood, portraying a family that was splintered from the start.
Author Archives: A.O. SCOTT
Marcelo Martinessi’s debut feature from Paraguay will probably defy your initial expectations about the story.
Adina Pintilie’s debut feature, winner of the Golden Bear in Berlin last year, lays bare the philosophical complications of carnality.
This brisk biopic shows how the future Supreme Court justice made history, from her days at Harvard Law School to a decisive early case.
Steve Carell portrays a wounded artist in Robert Zemeckis’s latest trip to the uncanny valley.
The star of “The Dark Knight” and the director of “Anchorman” join forces to make a real-life supervillain biopic.
Like a Charles Dickens hero, Zain makes his way through a city where cruelty and injustice threaten to overwhelm kindness and decency.
This lively, diverse comic-book movie brings some fun to a genre that often takes itself too seriously.
How we call the hits — and limit our misses — on the culture beat.