The debut film for actor/director Kenneth Branagh, whose new, autobiographical movie “Belfast” is in theaters this weekend, ushered in a new era of Shakespeare on screen.
A documentary featuring the voices of Black gay men, which in 1989 was enough almost to turn Washington upside down.
Sort of the prototypical modern romantic comedy, beloved by many. I appreciated it more than enjoyed it, I think.
A gentle story about a young girl growing up who just happens to be a witch who rides around on broomsticks and stuff.
Controversial in 1989, this may be the most relevant movie you’ll see in 2020.
In order to pass history class, they must introduce Sigmund Freud to corn dogs.