Richard Brody reviews the film “The Happy Ending,” from 1969, directed by Richard Brooks and starring Jean Simmons.
"It costs $3,500 a week to rent.”
What to Stream: “Top of the Heap,” a Tale of a Black Cop in Seventies D.C., Is a Crucial Work of Afrofuturism
Richard Brody on the unjustly neglected 1972 film “Top of the Heap,” written and directed by its star, Christopher St. John, who plays a black cop with a rich and troubled fantasy life and a host of real-world problems.
The musical blockbuster about the political activism of the Founding Fathers, Hamilton, and a documentary about a current activist, John Lewis: Good Trouble, will hit the home screen this weekend.