It may not even be in Christopher Nolan’s top five films. A-
Uncanny CGI and honest portrayal of war’s misery result in unprecedented triumph. A+
A deathly boring movie. C
S Is For Stanley offers an insider's perspective into the legendary director.
Movie theaters aren’t going away anytime soon.
Another “comedy” preoccupied with empty moralizing that fails spectacularly. F
Documentary on the author of The Anarchist Cookbook puts him on the hot seat.
Not just another rote superhero film. A-
You don't watch what you don't like.
A socially progressive film that doesn’t check every box. A
Marking the arrival of Kumail Nanjiani as a major comedic voice. B+
A stunning success for director Edgar Wright. A
It’s a big summer for lady action characters.
Full Metal Jacket and rape/revenge.
Rambo: First Blood Part II and how racism targets veterans.
This is the first in a series on colonial war films, focusing on the U.S. experience in Vietnam, Afghanistan, and Iraq.
Writer/Director of award-winning Sidewalk Traffic talks about how to get a feature film made by your mid-30s.
Hollywood's half-assed anti-fascism.
Fascism's hold on Jewish identity in Defiance.
A precursor to the peak TV era.
A Speck of Dust highlights sharp skills, perennial dishevelment.
Directed by Bernard MacMahon. A three-part miniseries from Jack White and T Bone Burnett, narrated by Robert Redford, about the earliest days of the recording industry. Featuring performances by Willie Nelson, Beck, Elton John, Nas, and more. A joint production from PBS and the BBC, premiering May 16. Via Spin.