Please. Just stop. You can’t touch this.
The new Romanian film, Child’s Pose, asks you a very rude question
I totally understand. If you told me that there was yet another television show about some madhouse serial killer and the resolute and colorful detectives who track him down—and that […]
The Last Stand is either exactly what you expect or your irrationally fond memories of Commando have confused your brainparts. All of these movies are dumb, but some of them are also kind of fun. This one is dumb, fun, and Netflix streaming approved.
Eat the damn thing, kid. It’s a good movie. Tastes like Serpico.
If one takes things at face value, then Ken Russell’s 1975 film Lisztomania is about composer Franz Liszt. Regardless of how one takes things, however, the film is completely unhinged, unabashed, […]
It is beyond terrible. And I say this, having just sat through M. Night Shyamalan’s Lady in the Water, a film which is clearly better than The Visitor because it is at least dreadful in a new and surprising way.
The new Danish film, A Hijacking (Kapringen), which I watched last night, seems like the mirror image of the upcoming Paul Greengrass / Tom Hanks film Captain Phillips. In the expensive Hollywood […]
I went to see RED 2 to give my new glasses a test run. I am happy to report that this film is completely visible. More visible, in fact, than […]
If there’s one thing I really don’t want to do, it’s write another long post about how some summer movie is completely incoherent and stark naked when stripped of its endless […]
I never saw the television show 21 Jump Street. Not even once. But I did see Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs and I really liked it. And the trailer for the […]
From the marketing, I had expected Now You See Me to be a thrilling tale about stage magicians who rob banks as some sort of master scheme to make Jesse Eisenberg […]
I would like you to listen closely. That’s what Berberian Sound Studio—a new mind-warping creeper helmed by Peter Strickland—asks you to do. This is a dissociative sort of picture. One in which what […]
I walked out of a film last night. The last time I did that was 1994. According to festival reviewers (SF Indie Fest and others), The Legend of Kaspar Hauser combines the […]