The old west, Coens style.
Spoiler: turns out it was not, in fact, the last movie. It is, however, pretty dang nutty.
A warmly weird little western you may enjoy.
A movie so real it could only be a movie.
Please prepare your noses for active cinematic duty.
Woe be we when sentient computers go human.
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.
A 92 part mock documentary that makes the horrors inflicted by Hitchcock’s birds seem downright pleasant by comparison.
A movie desperate to be fun suffers from desperation.
In which the misleading nature of this article’s title is not apologized for.
A slightly off-kilter movie that could have used a little more off-kiltering.
You will believe everything that happens.
You like Kubrick? Leon Vitali likes him more.