The Menu is a well-shot movie that falls apart as soon as it’s finished, even within the high concept.
Seeing Galaxy Quest at the AMC Union Square in December 1999.
Five masterpieces at under 80 minutes apiece.
Florian Zeller's The Son is a much weaker film than The Father.
The Fabelmans is another great memory movie from an aging director—too bad no one wants to see it.
Glass Onion’s successful one-week theatrical run is an existential threat to its own producer, Netflix.
The Banshees of Inisherin is Martin McDonagh’s best film, a great movie that needs time to settle even with the people who love it.
Mark Mylod's satire delivers surprises and twists with perfect precision.
See How They Run is a fun, quickie mystery buoyed by Saoirse Ronan.
She Said is a didactic and overlong dramatization of Harvey Weinstein's downfall via the two New York Times reporters who broke the story in 2017.
Armageddon Time is another good “memory movie” from a director who thinks he’s getting in right under the wire before theaters vanish.
Michael Douglas beat Mark Zuckerberg to the VR punch in 1994's Disclosure.
Why A Face in the Crowd is such a headache.
Somewhere in between, the underwater Latinos.
Your brain on horror movies.
If something were to go wrong, let’s say the house caught fire or there was an earthquake, there was nothing he could do to help himself.
Fiber-glass girls didn’t inspire Blow-Up.
Difficult decisions in Middle-Earth.
Outspoken, hyperactive and strangely likeable.
Snowflake Mountain is what this twentysomething generation deserves.
Fans are often partisan about whether Star Wars or Star Trek is superior.
The late filmmaker talks about her masterpiece, now ranked as the greatest film of all time by Sight & Sound.
The horror director's fake trailer from Grindhouse, which should still be turned into a real feature film.
The director talks to GQ about Avatar, Titanic, The Terminator, Aliens, and more.
The actor talks about his role in James Gray's new movie.
Father and son filmmakers talk about thier work and their lives together.
The new film by Damien Leone, out now in theaters.
Michael Snow's masterpiece of art cinema, presented via a rough VHS rip.
Over an hour with one of the best postwar Italian filmmakers just a year before his premature death.
A feature-length documentary about Leon Vitali and his relationship with Stanley Kubrick from the mid-1970s through the filmmaker's death in 1999.