The first in a series about the films of actress Teresa Wright (1918-2005).
Great performances and original music. A
A former psychiatric patient reviews Evil Genius and The Staircase.
The working class fantasy of A Hard Day's Night.
A horror film that just isn’t scary enough. B
The Italian Job turns the action movie into one long gag.
Paul Schrader’s film is a taut late career masterpiece. A
A send-up of feminism. B
Christopher Makoto Yogi's love letter to Hawaii.
Jerry Lewis’ morally hypocritical 1963 movie.
Right-hand man Leon Vitali is a fascinating conduit. B+
Breakfast at Tiffany's is sexworkersploitation.
Nostalgia, legend and history on UHF.
Torn between thinking Michael Bay’s Pain & Gain is the best movie about bodybuilding and one of the worst things I’ve ever watched.
The film assumes the viewers are as thoroughly invested the topics as the subjects.
White feminism and Romancing the Stone.
The failed bourgeois respectability of Raising Arizona.
The ominous comedy of My Neighbor Totoro.
Teddy Kennedy loses his soul.
The live special is going to crush it.
11 years before The Return, the cast of Twin Peaks talk about the show, its production, and its impact over time.