Aronofsky’s mother! is a testament to his skill as a director and incompetence as a screenwriter.
Darren Aronofsky’s unsettling psychological thriller. A-
The Girl from Hanoi shows just how limited Hollywood is.
A powerful look at ISIS and Islamic jihad.
Andy Muschietti’s It adaptation glosses over the scariest part of the book: the town.
Quality television or exploitation crap?
A successful adaptation of Stephen King. A-
Twin Peaks: The Return and Lynch’s unbelievably bold final statement.
Cough cough, choke.
Generic adaptation misunderstands core appeal.
The true story of Colin Warner’s wrongful incarceration. B+
Three films for your consideration: Good Time, Columbus, and Ingrid Goes West.
The joy of fainting masculinity in Bringing Up Baby.
Apocalypse Now's colonial fantasy.
New Trek dawns, old continuity issues linger.
Predator and the war that wasn't there.
So says MASH. It's not very convincing.
Eastern Condors and Vietnam as meaningless spectacle.
What does a horde of frost zombies have to do with global warming?
The hero of our longest war.
It’s a big summer for lady action characters.
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.