Kicking off our NYFF coverage, we look at ‘Her Smell”s feral, exhilarating chaos and shades of American denial in ‘Wildlife’ & ‘Monrovia, Indiana’.
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2015 awards season landed on strong footing with last night’s commendably surprising Gotham Independent Film Awards winners.
’12 Years a Slave’ is as universally resonant as it is fiercely demanding, a landmark of open daylight injustice stretched irrepressibly across the screen.
After establishing himself with ‘Hunger’ and ‘Shame’, director Steve McQueen is tackling slavery with historical drama ’12 Years a Slave’.
G Clark takes a look at 2012 releases ‘Ruby Sparks’ and ‘Skyfall’—and revisits a Hitchcock classic in this week’s Quick Takes.
Our latest “Master Moments” essay defends the divisive final chapter to the Paul Thomas Anderson masterpiece ‘There Will Be Blood.’
Alex provides brief thoughts on ‘Beasts of the Southern Wild,’ ‘Ruby Sparks,’ ‘Chinatown,’ and ‘Into the Abyss.’
Our hot and cold feelings toward Paul Dano and the rule of Colin Farrell are discussed in this week’s episode.
July could be a great month for movies. Here are a few that are worth anticipating.
‘Meek’s Cutoff’ will definitely get the audience talking, but the experience might be too slow to make the discussion worth having.