Luca Guadagnino’s “Call Me By Your Name” is the best film of 2017. This story of unexpected first love set in northern Italy during the summer of 1983 is lushly beautiful and achingly sad, with pitch-perfect performances from Timothee Chalamet and Armie Hammer. It left me a sobbing mess. Come swoon with me at RogerEbert.com. […]
John Lithgow and Alfred Molina are completely lovely as a longtime couple who finally enjoy the opportunity to get married legally in New York after 39 years together. It should be the happiest time of their life — but it’s just the beginning of their troubles. Ira Sachs’ drama is honest and true about the […]
James Franco “re-enacts” 40 minutes of cut footage from the 1980 drama “Cruising,” in which Al Pacino starred as an undercover cop exploring New York’s gay-bar scene, in his pseudo-documentary “Interior. Leather Bar.” Alonso and I appreciated this as an ambitious experiment.