In the lead-up to ‘The Last Jedi,’ Introducing a collection of daily essays on each of the ‘Star Wars’ movies.
Andrey Zvyagintsev’s ‘Loveless’ is at once a powerful tale of a missing child, and an indictment of an inhospitable, unfeeling society.
Some quick take reviews, followed by a featured discussion of Hitchcock’s silent-era classic ‘The Lodger.’
A cherished tradition in film critics circles by now, we rank all of David Ehrlich’s End of Year Video Countdowns from Worst to Best.
‘Girls Trip’ isn’t great art, but it’s a perfectly-acted, uproarious comedy that’ll have you laughing so often your sides will hurt.
A review of the Humphrey Bogart classic ‘In a Lonely Place,’ along with a quick review of the latest ‘Game of Thrones’ season.
With our Summer Movies Recap, Quick Take reviews of Dunkirk, Valerian, A Ghost Story, and more!
Though a strong cast tries, awful dialogue and direction make Dustin Guy Defa’s mumblecore disaster ‘Person to Person’ one of the worst films of 2017.
‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri’ tells a relevant story with a stellar cast. It may feel a bit haphazard, but that shouldn’t deter you.
A featured review of the first half of what might already be David Lynch’s magnum opus: ‘Twin Peaks: The Return.’
Kathryn Bigelow’s ‘Detroit’ is a gripping reenactment of a chilling event, but its power is somewhat undermined by a lack of focus.
A Cannes 2017 recap, a revisit to the movies of last year’s fest, and a review of the 1973 Palme d’Or winner ‘Scarecrow.’
A review of John Cassavetes’ ‘A Woman Under the Influence’ and a midway report on the 2017 Cannes Film Festival.
Writer/director Kogonada’s debut ‘Columbus’ is a beautiful-looking film that manages to shortchange its setting, story, and characters.
An in-depth analysis of precisely why Steven Spielberg’s 21st century masterpiece ‘AI Artificial Intelligence’ is, indeed, a masterpiece.
After reviewing the buried Netflix treasure ‘I Don’t Feel at Home in this World Anymore,’ a discussion on why Netflix felt the need to bury it in the first place.
‘Coco’ is a typically entertaining and visually-striking film from Pixar, though it lacks the magic of the studio’s best efforts.
An analysis of Rodney Ascher’s ‘Room 237’ makes way for a discussion on how we analyze movies in general.
Reviews of ‘Kong: Skull Island’ and ‘Logan,’ followed by a discussion on evaluating movie performances.
A focused, exhaustive look at what makes Kubrick’s ‘Barry Lyndon’ tick.