Film & TV

A doll-like Steve Carell bouncing around the cockpit of a World War II fighter plane sweeps across the big screen, and a combination of shouting and gunfire greet audiences’ ears. The camera soon pans to …

Unscripted

In the latest episode of Unscripted, The Phoenix’s graphic designer Alexandra Runnion chats with arts and entertainment editor Emily Rosca about “The Girl in the Spider’s Web.” The film is the most recent take on …

Film & TV

“The Favourite” is technically a period dramatic comedy, but the film is so much more than a simple “Downton Abbey” episode on the big screen. Set in early 18th-century England. “The Favourite” is something different …

Film & TV

In the upcoming HISTORY series “Project Blue Book,” an enigmatic threat from the skies raises concern in the heart of the United States Air Force — and it’s up to one college professor to unravel …

Film & TV

“Deadpool” fans can look forward to “Once Upon a Deadpool,” a censored retelling of “Deadpool 2” by 20th Century Fox and Marvel Studios. This marks a time of experimentation for the Deadpool series as it …

Film & TV

In an era of second-rate biopics, monotonous superhero films and unimaginative remakes and sequels, the Western is a much less celebrated genre than it once was. “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs” though has seized its …

Film & TV

How far would you go to save your best friend? “Ralph Breaks the Internet,” released Nov. 21, explores the answers to that question.    The sequel to the surprise hit “Wreck It Ralph” (2013), sees …

Film & TV

Contrary to its advertising, “Overlord” (released nationally Nov. 9), isn’t a traditional zombie movie, but a thrilling historical horror action flick pulled straight out of a video game.   Directed by Julius Avery (“Son of …