CARRIE RICKEY'S REVIEWS

In alphabetical order

A Subtler Oliver Stone Is Back in Top Form With ‘Snowden’
From "Truthdig"
A ‘Trainwreck’ You Can Laugh At
From "Truthdig"
‘A Walk in the Woods’ is a Cinematic Walk in the Park
From "Truthdig"
‘Arrival’: A Gossamer Dream of Hope Beams In From Outer Space
From "Truthdig"
At an Awkward Age, Finding Grace
From "Truthdig"
‘Black Panther’ Is Rich in Supernatural Resources
From "Truthdig"
‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Rocks but Can’t Capture Mercury
From "Truthdig"
‘Bombshell: The Hedy LaMarr Story’ Is A Timely Remembrance Of A Movie Star Whose Talents Went Unappreciated
From "UPROXX"
‘Diary of a Teenage Girl’ Gets Adolescent Sexuality Right
From "Truthdig"
‘Equity’ Film Review: Women Bare Their Teeth in Wall Street’s Shark Tank
From "Truthdig"
‘Everybody Wants Some!!’ Film Review: A Cut-Above Campus Comedy
From "Truthdig"
Film Review: Hilarious ‘Hail, Caesar!’ Hails and Skewers Hollywood
From "Truthdig"
HBO’s ‘My Brilliant Friend’ is an epic coming of age series that rivals Virgil’s ‘Aeneid.’
From "ALTA"
In ‘Ex Machina’, a Robo Babe Raises Powerful Questions
From "Truthdig"
‘Inside Out’ Turns Pixar’s Usual Formula on Its Head
From "Truthdig"
Joan Rivers, Transgressive Comedian
From "The Philadelphia Inquirer"
Justice Ginsberg and Mr. Rogers: Antidotes to Trumpism
From "Truthdig"
‘Love and Friendship’ and ‘The Lobster’: What’s Love—or Lobster—Got to Do With It?
From "Truthdig"
Love Reigns Supreme on ‘Beale Street’
From "Truthdig"
‘Maggie’s Plan’ Film Review: ‘Annie Hall’ for Millennials
From "Truthdig"
Maybe It’s Time to Terminate
From "Truthdig"
‘Moonlight’: Baptism By Hope
From "Truthdig"
She’s the ‘Star’ Yet It’s All About Him
From "Truthdig"
‘The Birth of a Nation’ and ’13th’ School Their Viewers on America’s Racial Legacy
From "Truthdig"
‘Tully’ Delivers a Welcome Postpartum Digression
From "Truthdig"
‘Vice’ Can’t Be Funny So Long As It’s Based on an Ongoing Tragedy
From "Truthdig"
Visual Pleasure and Voodoo Demographics: A Reflection on Women and Film
From "rogerebert.com"
With ‘Sully’, Clint Eastwood Skillfully Traffics in the Gray Zone Once Again
From "Truthdig"