Mariano Llinás’s 13-hour cinematic puzzle is a labor of love and obsession.
Author Archives: A.O. SCOTT
Sameh Zoabi’s new film is less incendiary, and quite a bit funnier, than its title might suggest.
Jennifer Kent follows “The Babadook” with a harrowing, politically charged tale of sexual and racial brutality in 19th-century Tasmania.
In “Election,” she’s preyed upon by a teacher and almost cheated out of her rightful victory. But somehow she’s the villain.
A documentary about a Macedonian beekeeper’s conflict with her neighbors becomes a lyrical environmental fable.
Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt star as midlevel entertainment industry workers whose relationship forms the core of Quentin Tarantino’s look at the movie past.
Radu Jude’s “I Do Not Care if We Go Down in History as Barbarians” is a complicated meditation on the responsibilities — and limits — of art in the face of horror.
Fans will enjoy the backstage access to a Rock Hall of Famer, but much about Crosby’s life remains obscure in this documentary.
Beyoncé, Donald Glover and Seth Rogen are some of the famous voices in a super-realistic version of the Disney and Broadway favorite.