This remake of the 2014 Israeli film finds and maintains a unique, increasingly disquieting tone.
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Robert Redford’s alleged final go-around on the big screen is custom-built for his particular kind of charm.
Dazed and Confused turns 25, so it’s time to turn an eye to the kids from the cast who didn’t become A-listers.
A light, accessible documentary about perhaps the most beloved SNL cast member in history.
This tepid actioner suffers from a lack of focus and a lot of wheel-spinning propaganda.
Lauren Greenfield’s documentary is at once infuriating and shaky in its perspective.
Spielberg’s cinematic depictions of war’s dirt, grime, and tragedy have become the genre’s gold standard.
Arguably the most authentic, entertaining, and compelling representation of the LGBT community to date.
Gus Van Sant returns to his crowd-pleasing mode with this uneven, heavily sardonic biopic.
They are, to name a few: mothers, murderers, Russian spies, a cowboy, a clergyman, a dirty computer and a Paper Boi.
The sequel to the pensive 2015 hit trades intellect for gratuitous violence, to little effect.
CoS speaks with the director of the cult favorite as it turns 25 this month.