Jeffrey M. Anderson

‘American Pathogen’ chronicles Trump’s catastrophic response to COVID-19

YouTube doc urges voters to consider president’s malfeasance around health crises

‘Bill & Ted Face the Music’ unites in today’s terrifying, divided times

Worthy sequel evokes laughs, smiles, positive vibes

Exclamation nation with ‘Get Duked!,’ ‘Centigrade,’ ‘Mr. Soul!’

With big movies hard to see locally, here are three exciting alternatives

‘Project Power,’ ‘Spree,’ ‘Boys State,’ ‘Bombardier Blood,’ ‘Jazz on a Summer’s Day’

Two Hollywood movies, three documentaries will pump your adrenaline and tickle your brain

New on demand: ‘Tijuana Jackson,’ ‘The Fight,’ ‘Around the Sun’

Digital films explore those trying to help and those just trying to figure it all out

War or horror in ‘Painted Bird,’ ‘Ghosts of War,’ ‘Carmilla’

Films set in the past deliver scares yet are rich with empathy

‘John Lewis: Good Trouble,’ ‘The Outpost,’ ‘The Truth,’ ‘Relic’

Films take different approaches to try to find what’s true

‘7500,’ ‘Mr. Jones,’ ‘Jack & Yaya,’ ‘Miss Juneteenth’

New releases go inside a plane, USSR, a trans friendship, Juneteenth pageant

Puppeteers, writers, filmmakers, dreamers

New movies offer distractions from pandemic, and even hope

Director Nisha Ganatra sings praises of her ‘High Note’ cast

Tracee Ellis Ross, Dakota Johnson star pop music-themed flick

‘Inheritance,’ ‘Lovebirds,’ ‘Painter’ share crime scenes

Secrets, romance, murder, art and theft in new digital releases

Jinkies! New ‘Scoob!’ misses magic of the originals

Weak chemistry, unfamiliar voice cast mar computer-animated mystery

Good on VOD: ‘Clementine,’ ‘How to Build a Girl,’ ‘Rewind,’ ‘Plagiarists’

New drama, comedy, doc and experimental films worth streaming

‘Extraction’ and ‘1BR’ are among four new movies worth streaming this week

Mercenaries, sexual taboos and evil cults populate our latest batch of recommended films

The man behind C-3PO talks about his 40-plus years on “Star Wars”

Last month, the man behind one of the most famous characters in one of the all-time most popular movie franchises was in San Francisco

‘Resistance,’ ‘Vivarium,’ ‘Bacurau,’ ‘Banana Split’ on demand

New releases shock, thrill, amuse and tug heartstrings

Thick as thieves in ‘First Cow, Burnt Orange Heresy’

Very different films both based around moral complexities of stealing

Will Forte gets ‘Extra Ordinary,’ Dan Scanlon moves ‘Onward’

Funny filmmakers also can produce a touching moment or two

A fictional painter, real-life film critic light up the screen

‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire,’ ‘Art of Pauline Kael’ new at the movies