Landis, like a cross between James Carville and unspooled gauze, could not be more fascinating or authentic.
This film is perfect for your kids, who, if you didn’t take them to the movies, would likely be down by the river poking some dead thing with a stick.
A penetrating look at what may, or, let’s not be coy here, may not, be the most important 19 minutes in the history of film.
To blow up that damned dam or let that dammed river be?
Even without tossing the ewoks into an incinerator, Jedi could be ten times better than it is. Allow us to suggest how.
There is an image you cannot scrape from behind your eyes. It is a flash from a film, from something you dreamed, from a place unnamed and unknown.
The private eye flick turned into a bleak reflection of 1970s paranoia and loneliness.
Look and squirm at the gorgeous grotesque.
Oh, it’s long, this fight scene, but it is so much more.
There’s a new film out, written by Dennis Lehane, novelist behind Mystic River and Shutter Island and Gone Baby Gone. It stars Tom Hardy and the late, great James Gandolfini, and Noomi Rapace. […]
The life story of one-time famous bank robber, John Wojtowicz, played by Al Pacino in Dog Day Afternoon, is exactly as outrageous as you want it to be.
Turn your eyes inside and dig the vacuum.
The mid-80’s were the Golden Age of movie comedies and we didn’t even realize it.
The Coen Brothers sure make some swell movies. Even when not entirely swell, swellness abounds within them. So. Let’s reduce their art to a list.