For a film about the importance of innovation, it’s a rather bleak affair.
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40 years of coconuts, shrubbery, and ni-saying knights.
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A deeply humane work about street life and addiction.
Chris Strompolos and Eric Zala were 11 years old when they decided to remake Raiders of the Lost Ark, shot for shot. Using the open spaces afforded to them by their small Mississippi town, they assembled anybody nearby who …
Co-founders Erik Childress and Brian Tallerico preview their exciting week ahead.
A close study of the worst and the best the Avengers have to offer.
Much of Olivier Assayas’ Clouds of Sils Maria exists in an obscure haze, a strange space pitched somewhere between paranoid and wistful. It’s an effective representation of the place in life at which Maria Enders (Juliette Binoche) finds herself when …
The most absurd moments in the author’s catalog of melodramas.
All homers, no whiffs to get you ready for Opening Day.
A relentlessly paced action movie and an affecting memorial for one of its own.