From Greta Gerwig to St. Vincent, Lena bends the definitions of film in her unconventional list of 2017’s best cinematic experiences.
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Greta Gerwig’s ‘Lady Bird’ has the bones of a standard-issue coming of age tale, but the meat of a great cast makes it a film worth seeing.
’20th Century Women’ is an interminable slog of thematically muddled scenes, but it does feature some excellent acting from people who aren’t Greta Gerwig.
A heart-stopping group portrait, ’20th Century Women’ is a bittersweet existential triumph, expanding coming-of-age for every generation.
Class privilege and reflective female relationships unite screwball comedy ‘Mistress America’ and psychological thriller ‘Queen of Earth’.
Encapsulating the garage music scene without losing itself to it, ‘Eden’ is a luminous, heartrending film about the life-altering pitfalls of passion.
Happy Thanksgiving! The Film Misery writers celebrate by preading love for Netflix, Television, Criterion, ‘Star Trek’, Studio Ghibli and Greta Gerwig.
Duncan gives his short thoughts on indie hits like ‘Frances Ha’ and ‘Stories We Tell’ and overrated mainstream fodder like Jackie Robinson drama ’42’.
The filmmaker discusses filming in New York and the inevitable influence of Woody Allen.
Brief reviews of several new 2012 films.
My encounter with the renowned director was not what I expected.
Woody Allen makes his first appearance in front of the camera since ‘Scoop.’