One Hour Photo and the glut of “Kubrickian” films after his death in 1999.
Portland isn’t running out of time. A thought like that can ruin your whole day, but not mine.
Gareth Edwards' The Creator has potential, but falls short of its Kubrickian ambitions.
A fan’s primer on what you do and don’t know about the team.
"Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives" is a culinary exploration of the disappearing American sense of place.
As always, one of the cheapest games I bought is the best.
Sick of Myself is an excellent black comedy from last year recently released on disc in America.
Singles by Sodom & Gomorrah and The Souls of Britton.
Stout Takakeishō—an injury-riddled old man at 27 who is still dreaming of yokozuna status—seized yet another top-division sumo title with what many saw as a dirty trick unbefitting such a great star.
Veronica Morgan broadcasts in an empty building in Soho, January 1996.
Bots are here, where’s the plan to deal with them?
Life's mundane tasks connect your past to your present.
Sometimes we have to embrace chaos when we can’t control circumstances.
Today’s college students have bigger problems than small dorm rooms.
Now I try to summarize it.
The Freakazoid World of James Taylor.
Looking back on the 2012 James Bond franchise film Skyfall.
Independent filmmaking continues to struggle in the digital streaming era.
Like a socialist, an Objectivist leader argues against anarcho-capitalism.
It's a showcase for Willem Dafoe's unique talents.
He's not formidable enough to sustain real hostility. And he cares.
Is artificial intelligence sentient?
People talking about “marrying off my daughters” is weird.
The two directors talk about filmmaking and their work in this extended conversation.
From an interview on The Howard Stern Show.
The writer-director of The Mother and the Whore talks about his 1973 masterpiece at its premiere.
Sometimes, you look at a picture and have no idea what occurred on that day. What year is it (#440)?
The soul group performs one of their signature songs, featured in the film Jackie Brown, on television in 1973.
Baltimore internet influencer Amanda Z reviews makeup primers.
Bows, lace, tulle, pearls — girlhood isn't going anywhere.
An upgraded transfer of the BBC documentary of Peter Biskind's book on New Hollywood.
Featuring the impeccable comedic talents of Anna Faris and Simon Rex.