Up To Date's Indie, Foreign And Doc Critics' 'Three To See' December 11-13
It's the most wonderful time of the year — for movie lovers, that is. Awards season is around the corner and many of the year's most-anticipated titles are arriving at area cinemas. You can enjoy the season too, by hitting the movie theaters this weekend. Here are Up To Date's film critics' suggestions from the crop of indie, foreign and documentary films playing now.
- Reporters working for the Boston Globe uncover evidence of the Catholic Church sex abuse scandal.
- An young Irish immigrant is torn between her new home in Brooklyn and her life back in Ireland.
- A young woman and her son are imprisoned in a shed.
- Dalton Trumbo was a very successful screenwriter, who began meeting with Communists who were in the Hollywood scene.
- Smart and suspenseful account of how Boston Globe reporters (including Mark Ruffalo) painstakingly uncovered the trail of pedophile priests.
- Brie Larson gives a forceful performance as a young woman held hostage in a shed for several years.
- This one will leave you if not in tears, at least appreciating ideas of family and community.
- Generally speaking, Hollywood movies end on the note of triumph...in Room, it's only the beginning.