Mike Rianda’s dizzying debut features vibrant, refreshing animation and oodles of style, even as its dysfunctional family dynamics ring a little familiar.
In a rare big budget franchise appearance, Philip Seymour Hoffman gives some gravitas and nuance to the “Hunger Games” series.
Jeremy Saulnier’s brutal thriller feels even more urgent and frightening now than it did upon release.
Denise Gough and Sebastian Stan bring chemistry to a frustrating relationship that should not be
From meta commentary to social commentary, Wes Craven’s final film is a bundle of cinephilic sarcasm that was ahead of its time.
One of Francis Ford Coppola’s most underrated films is a moving look at the legacy of violence & what it means to be a “leader.”
Two cult TV comedies made furtive attempts at the big screen in 1996, and the results were as unappreciated then as they are now.
HBO’s latest documentary follows journalists around the country examining how small towns are adapting to a changing world.
The clever satire of pop culture consumerism is still as fresh and relevant as ever.
Only diehard Hoffman completists need to see his appearance in the movie spinoff of the poorly aged Comedy Central cult sitcom.
How Francis Ford Coppola’s visually stunning romance set out to change studio filmmaking forever — and crashed and burned along the way.
John Boorman’s extravagant take on the King Arthur legend holds up as a dazzling, over the top fantasy epic.
Francis Ford Coppola’s ambitious war epic Apocalypse Now depicts a bloody, dark night of the soul for the American mythos.
Charlène Favier‘s debut feature is every bit as fearless as its female protagonist trains to be.
The newest Falcone/McCarthy collaboration feels just like the others: disappointing.
The avant-garde composing duo discuss their collaboration and building the unsettling soundscape of the Shudder original The Power.
Coppola’s dual masterpieces remain the blueprints for epic tales of power & destiny.
Grear Patterson’s debut feature is moody, evocative, and graciously efficient, but doesn’t fill its world with characters you […]