Terry George’s Hotel Rwanda, from a screenplay by Keir Pearson and Mr. George, turns out to be the most truly inspiring movie of the year, even though it’s carved out of the most horrifying slice of recent history: the 1994 massacre of the Tutsi minority by the Hutu in Rwanda.
The film begins in an Read More
Among the marquee titles that played briefly before the end of 2001 to qualify for Academy Awards but are just now opening their regular commercial runs, Michael Mann’s Ali is big enough and ambitious enough to deserve some attention. It is well-intentioned, sketchy, sprawling and unremarkable. At two hours and 38 minutes, it is also Read More