The chain of terrible sequels has been broken.
The verdict, from our resident JFK assassination expert.
La La Lame.
A boxing cab driver, reverse bungee inventions, a champion loser, Bruce Springsteen eulogies, and stealing women back from ISIS.
Mustang actually deserves its 97% rating. Go and see this coming-of-age masterpiece now.
The Cohen Brothers’ latest offering is one of their best yet, with a cast of characters more endearing than watching your grandparents try to use the internet.
Go and see this film. It’s clever and funny and sad, and even though it was made on a shoestring budget, it’s ten times more impressive than a pair of new Yeezys.
Is Robert De Niro the new Leslie Nielsen? Surely you can’t be serious. I am, and don’t call me Shirley. I can totally hear De Niro saying that line.
We’ve seen ‘em at their best in Babe, talking cheek with a cute pig, but rarely have we seen sheep take on greater stints of drama like this.
The Australian government has spent $1.2 billion a year detaining around 1,700 asylum seekers in offshore processing centres. None have settled in Australia. What is wrong with this picture?
Sure, there are some self-indulgent moments in the film, and at times it feels like Sorrentino is trying to outdo every ‘art-house’ film that’s ever been made, but at the core of Youth is something so poignant it stays with you long after the credits role.
Is the new Point Break worth all the hype?
Boy and the World is an unmistakable piece of wonderment, where boundaries are not acknowledged and limits are nowhere to be found.
Apart from the fact the octopus only has seven tentacles, making it a septopus, several things really bugged me about Spectrepussy on Her Majesty’s Secret Goldmember.
When a memoir is good, it’s like reading someone’s journal, and discovering the story inside to be a masterpiece. It’s bad when someone’s like, “Behold my opus,” and it’s a journal entry about being sad.
Ross Giardina is a cinematographer. He shoots dark, brooding projects that speak without words and embrace you without arms.
Love is a sprawling memory film about the trials and tribulations of a beautiful young couple in Paris, and it’s almost completely comprised of full on, unsimulated sex in 3D.
This film is not easy to watch, but its images are unforgettable. Fukunaga made a movie that will be talked about for a long time. See it now, and see it in the theater.