Duncan gives his opinions on ‘Arbitrage’ and ‘Prometheus’, catches up with ‘The Ice Storm’, and dives into Showtime’s ‘Homeland’.
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‘Dredd 3D’ heightens a typical dystopian violence festival with synchronized stylistics and self-deprecating love for a deformed truth of the American way.
Duncan attempts to strip away the presumptuous cynicism to explore inspiring political messages in films not remotely political.
Bachelorette offers far too many laughs for the audience to handle, all at the heavy price of character development and nuance.
‘No’ is a culturally nostalgic piece of hilarious and inspirational period encapsulation, but also an optimistic, politically activating statement.
Audiard’s answer to American sentimentality, ‘Rust and Bone’ succeeds on the heft of two towering lead performances and sheer aesthetic ambition.
With ‘The Master’ finally arriving in theaters, we look back at Paul Thomas Anderson’s consistently rising history with the Oscars.
“Master Moments” searches for the defining moment of the Indiana Jones character in ‘Raiders of the Lost Ark.’
‘Chicken with Plums’ serves as delightfully affectionate entertainment to those who are open to it.
Kim Ki-duk’s ‘Pietà’ won the Golden Lion at the 2012 Venice Film Festival, but Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘The Master’ inevitably gathered the most attention.
Costume designer Margot Wilson’s work in ‘Lawless’ becomes inseparable from the magnificent film it’s attached to.