The Pulitzer Prize-winning critic of The Wall Street Journal, Joe Morgenstern reviews films weekly in the paper and on KCRW.
"Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution," evokes the history of a camp for disabled kids that flourished in the Catskills in the 1960s and 1970s.
What's a movie lover to do? No new openings because theaters are shutting down for the duration. But new releases are coming.
Eliza Hittman's "Never Rarely Sometimes Always" is provocative--some might consider it explosive, since it follows a pregnant 17-year-old from rural Pennsylvania to New York City in…
Kelly Reichardt has endeared herself to fans of independent film with a string of heartfelt features shot on a modest scale.
Almost 90 years ago "The Invisible Man" thrilled audiences with special effects they'd never seen.
A new screen version of "The Call of the Wild" is calling to us; it's the Jack London story of a California dog named buck who goes native in the Yukon of the Gold Rush days.
"Beanpole" is a new Russian drama directed by the prodigiously gifted Kantemir Balogov.
The Harley Quinn of "Suicide Squad" is back in "Birds of Prey," though with a difference, even though she's still played, with skill and zest, by Margot Robbie.