A pleasurably peculiar documentary about the intersection of film and tennis, of lies and truth, of McEnroe and clay.
Spike Lee’s period piece fights its way into the present and kicks you in the face.
You like Kubrick? Leon Vitali likes him more.
It is here. It is big. It is beautiful.
Give teenagers time and nothing to do, and they will set the world on fire just to watch it burn.
A list for thems what like lists.
Tom Waits made a bizarre, unique concert film people didn’t understand when it opened? And it’s actually wonderful? How very surprising.
In which we revisit the ’80s classic and find it terribly charming.
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No single acceptable filmmaking decision led us here. The vast tower of bad choices became something else: a history, a promise.
It’s the My Dinner With Andre of movie gunfights.
The horror that is white people.
In which we note the breathtaking cinematography of Sergey Urusevsky in two damn fine films.
Jim Jarmusch has another poem to read you.