Now in his second tour with the Los Angeles Times, totaling more than 25 years, Kevin Crust is the planning editor for Entertainment and Arts. He previously served as deputy film editor and staff writer. A lifelong Southern Californian and a graduate of Mount St. Mary’s, he spends way too much time analyzing baseball statistics.
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Tokyo takes centerstage in Cary Grant’s last rom-com, an innovative doc, a crime melodrama, a nostalgic anime and a new documentary with timely POVs on the 1964 Tokyo Olympics.
Daisy Ridley and Tom Holland star in and Doug Liman directs the sci-fi thriller “Chaos Walking,” based on Patrick Ness’ futuristic YA novel series.
Writer Suzan-Lori Parks and director Lee Daniels present Lady Day as an early civil rights activist in “The United States vs. Billie Holiday,” starring Andra Day.
Director-cinematographer Svetlana Cvetko’s ambitious indie drama “Show Me What You Got” follows three twentysomethings in a polyamorous relationship in Los Angeles.
Ralph Fiennes, Carey Mulligan and Lily James star in “The Dig,” a romantic drama about a 1939 excavation in England as the country prepares for war.
Dror Moreh’s documentary “The Human Factor” looks at Middle East peace efforts during the Clinton administration through the eyes of U.S. diplomats.
Jerry Rothwell’s expressionistic documentary adaptation of the book “The Reason I Jump” profiles five young people and their families as they navigate autism.
The documentary “Sing Me a Song” follows a young Buddhist monk in Bhutan as he experiences romantic love and modern technology. Directed by Thomas Balmès.
George Clooney directs and stars in “The Midnight Sky,” a post-apocalyptic sci-fi drama about an Arctic scientist and a global disaster.
The documentary ‘Nasrin,’ directed by Jeff Kaufman, profiles jailed Iranian attorney and human rights activist Nasrin Sotoudeh.