Review: Michael J. Fox Shines in 'Still' Movie about Parkinson's and Art

"Still," a new film starring Michael J. Fox, has been reviewed by The New York Times.

The movie centers on a Parkinson's patient who unearths a hidden artistic talent.

The review praised Fox's acting and the film's compassionate representation of Parkinson's illness.

Tom Hanks and Catherine Keener both play supporting roles in the movie.

Ben Lewin's "Still" had its world debut at the Cannes Film Festival.

The film addresses issues of identity, creativity, and the power of art.

Lewin himself has Parkinson's disease and drew on his own experiences in making the film.

The review notes that the film has some flaws but ultimately delivers a moving and thought-provoking story.

Later this year, the motion picture "Still" will be seen in theaters.