Alex Garland’s Men is one of the worst movies of this young decade so far.
The Firestarter remake, like the book, is dull and slow, unlike the very fun 1984 original.
Just a few of the many, many sequels to the 1974 erotica classic Emmanuelle.
Top Gun: Maverick is the rare decades-late sequel that matches the original.
On the Count of Three, Jerrod Carmichael’s directorial debut, is a rare “suicide pact comedy.”
Lonnie Frazier's Box of Rain tells the story of how The Grateful Dead and their Deadheads saved her life after her sexual assault at 17.
Gaspar Noe’s Vortex is an unglamorous and unflinching depiction of the consecutive deaths of a married couple.
Céline Sciamma’s Petite Maman is a wistful film with enough grace to carry it through.
Fiddler's Journey to the Big Screen is a worthwhile exploration of the 1971 film version of Fiddler on the Roof and its place in the history of the musical.
Arthur Penn’s Little Big Man (1970) is a superior “revisionist Western,” a phrase so overused for nearly 45 years it’s become meaningless.
Crush is a funny, charming teen romantic comedy with a decent hook and a likable cast.
The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent is a missed opportunity to explore super-fandom and obsession.
The series is a descent into loss, through a labyrinth of routine, toward a limbo of ignorance and fear.
The great, rough movie(s) that brought reggae to the world.
A cure for our disease.
Camp queen Renée Zellweger in the entertaining The Thing About Pam.
On the cusp of history with Charles and Yvonne de Gaulle.
Parsing the beliefs of the “born again plus.”
The main draw for these all-star murder fests isn’t necessarily a clever solution but the locales and how the stars align on screen.
Several films established a new way of invoking supernatural terror through film noir techniques and subtlety.
Little quasi-people in a huge inert space like nothing on planet earth.
A brief interview with the late superstar promoting Nagisa Oshima's Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence.
A brief interview from 1985 when the original Tony Scott film was being shot.
The actor and the person she played in Missing, the 1982 film by Costa-Gavras.
The enormous success of the film inspired O'Connor to write her vicious short story "A Late Encounter with the Enemy."
A 46-minute archival tape of a rare interview with the film icon towards the end of her career.
An ABC special aired on September 16, 1977, a little more than four months after the release of the classic film.
The actor on why he prefers to avoid rehearsing, the best directors he's ever worked with, and more.
The actor talks to Bobbie Wygant about the role that earned him his final Best Actor Oscar nomination.
The actor and director talk about their film The Accidental Tourist, based on Anne Tyler's novel, in 1988.