The 2006 film is not the one you remember.
Rise of the Planet of the Apes reigns supreme.
Another failed cranky, old person movie. C-
Director Bill Condon plays it too safe. B
Not if Kong: Skull Island is anything to go by.
A summer blockbuster in March. B-
Fat headlines, abandoned malls, nuclear arsenals, and David Byrne’s True Stories.
Thoughts on Get Out, the debut film from writer/director Jordan Peele.
Hugh Jackman’s best turn as Wolverine. B+
America’s most quixotic film critic breaks Get Out’s perfect Rotten Tomatoes score.
The Nazi propaganda film The Eternal Jew.
Mr. Slick closes his career on a mysteriously fitting note.
1984's vision of fascism is deceptively bloodless.
The Holocaust as a ghost story in Night and Fog.
Fascism and anti-fascism in Casablanca.
A sneak preview.
Defining women's cinema.
Oh, and a review of Fifty Shades Darker.
The montage itself wields the cuts between shots like a knife.
Nothing but men in Ida Lupino's The Hitch-Hiker.
Neal Brennan’s 3 Mics is stand-up plus.
Ridley Scott's follow up to 2012's Promethus—the first of three planned sequels—with Michael Fassbender, Guy Pearce, and Noomi Rapace reprising their roles. Deadline has more.