"Oliver Sacks: His Own Life," Ric Burns' majestic documentary, profiles the unconventional physician with a talent for writing bestselling books.
Andrew Cohn's "The Last Shift," starring Richard Jenkins and Shane Paul McGhie, is a wan comedy-drama that takes aim at white privilege.
Lena Olin and Bruce Dern star in 'The Artist's Wife,' a drama about a woman revisiting her creative roots while protecting her deteriorating husband.
FX's anthology series "Fargo" returns for Season 4 after a three-year hiatus, featuring Chris Rock in a story of rival gangs in 1950 Kansas City.
"The Boys in the Band" — Mart Crowley's landmark gay story that's at once dated and timely — captures the bonds of friendship, even when it gets ugly.
Sacha Baron Cohen, Jeremy Strong, Eddie Redmayne and Mark Rylance are among the ensemble of Aaron Sorkin's sweeping historical drama "The Trial of the Chicago 7."
Showtime's "The Comey Rule," about former FBI Director James Comey and President Donald Trump, can't keep pace with the state of crisis we've become used to.
'The Meaning of Mariah Carey,' the pop star's tell-some memoir, sparkles and entertains and explains its subject, despite a few too many I-don't-know-hers.
Bill Murray and Rashida Jones play a father-daughter duo in Sofia Coppola's New York-set comedy, which will be available on Apple+ in October.
The new Netflix movie "Enola Holmes," based on the Mancy Springer mystery series, stars a delightful Millie Bobby Brown, Henry Cavill and Sam Claflin.