In which I wander seemingly at random through the year’s movies, the good, the bad, and the in between.
That’s right: because of Star Wars.
A young man, searching for love in all the wrong places. His name was Frank.
Let us now talk of all things Lynch.
You already didn’t read these lost gems once. Instead of not reading them yet again, why not do something different for the new year?
Not necessarily the best movies of the year, but those with the most intriguing something or others going on in them. Or around them. Or all about them. Or something.
Are YOU one of the top ten films of 2014? If you have character, direction, debatable conclusions, and few or no exploding robot superheroes, chances look good!
In which we discover that Burton’s not-so-fondly remembered Batman is better than we thought.
‘Out of his head’ is a good phrase for Vive la Muerte.
Even in the Star Wars universe, people fail upwards.
Granted, they didn’t ride the Bantha’s single file…
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.
Even without tossing the ewoks into an incinerator, Jedi could be ten times better than it is. Allow us to suggest how.
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.