A diplomatic couple adopts the son of the devil without knowing it. A remake of the classic horror film of the same name from 1976.
Characters in Jeff Lipsky’s dramedy include a mother running for mayor, a father facing a rape charge and a daughter trying to help her mother manage.
2015-07-09 | NEIL GENZLINGER | Read the New York Times Review of Mad Women
Stephen Frears’s “Philomena” follows a Irishwoman forced to give up her son for adoption in the 1950s and the freelance reporter who helps her search for him.
2013-11-21 | STEPHEN HOLDEN | Read the New York Times Review of Philomena
Watching “The Women,” you wait in vain for a moment of snappy repartee, of fresh emotion, of grace or charm or pathos. You wait, by the way, for a very long time.
2008-09-11 | A. O. SCOTT | Read the New York Times Review of The Women
When all else fails, pump up the thunder and lightning. That seems to be an operating principle behind the supremely unnecessary remake of the 1976 horror fest.
2006-06-06 | STEPHEN HOLDEN | Read the New York Times Review of The Omen