Naomi Watts and Andrew Lincoln struggle predictably in the wake of a debilitating accident, and don’t dig too deep below the surface of what it means to be disabled.
How the body horror of David Cronenberg helped me come to terms with my own disability.
This feel-good doc charts the lives and trajectories of disabled teenagers in the ’60s, and how one summer camp changed their lives forever.
Irene Taylor Brodsky’s intimate look at her family’s relationship to deafness and music gives way to melodrama.
If you can’t use your eyes to see, you might as well roll them at Apple TV+’s hokey dystopian drama.
It’s a little Sundance-y, but Tyler Wilson and Michael Schwarz craft a smart, balanced indie that avoids the usual pitfalls of the way movies tend to treat disability.
Bryan Cranston and Kevin Hart serve up surface-level schmaltz in this treacly disabilities drama.
While the Rock maintains his larger-than-life presence, this taller Die Hard knockoff buckles under the weight of its […]