One of the two highpoints of Williams’ career, according to a consensus of critics and scholars, is his 1941 religiously-themed drama “The Blood of Jesus.”
This year’s Academy Award nominations were announced on Jan. 24.
With “Magic Mike’s Last Dance” (Warner Bros.), star Channing Tatum serves up a third helping of beefcake in the male stripper-themed series that began in 2012.
In this documentary, to be rereleased in theaters Feb. 8 and 9, filmmakers Alban Teurlai and Thierry Demaiziere present a moving portrait of one of the world’s most popular pilgrimage sites and of the suffering people who are drawn to it.
A bunch of talented stars headline the comedy “80 for Brady” (Paramount).
It may be the end of the world as we know it in “Knock at the Cabin” (Universal).
Directors Will Merrick and Nick Johnson keep viewers guessing with the ever-shifting plot developments of this internet-focused thriller, a stand-alone sequel to 2018’s “Searching.”
In adapting Bayard’s work for the screen, moreover, writer-director Scott Cooper, whose eponymous film is currently streaming on Netflix, gets things off to a promising start.