Chinese auteur Jia Zhangke returns to long-form storytelling with this feature-length tale of the twisted romance between a gangster and his moll.
The Colombian crime thriller serves as an intriguing, culturally relevant twist on an age-old story, with an eye to highlighting Wayuu cultural traditions.
The second season of NBC’s Breaking Bad-with-moms show disappointingly treads water, keeping its three leads running in place while feigning change.
The Hungarian animated film is a stunningly psychedelic dive into art and film history.
Try as they might, even genre giants like Ron Perlman and Famke Jannsen can’t elevate this dull, by-the-numbers […]
Steve McQueen’s ambitious, female-driven crime film sports fabulous performances, but bounces haphazardly between tones. This piece was originally […]
Lisbeth Salander returns, this time played by Claire Foy, in a slick but shallow sequel that trades in […]
The Wachowskis’ seminal sci-fi trilogy hits 4K today ahead of the first Matrix’s 20th anniversary. In honor of […]
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This piece was originally posted on Alcohollywood The Chicago International Film Festival keeps chugging along this week, and […]
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Sporting a brilliant ensemble cast, Drew Goddard’s throwback to the neo-noir crime films of Tarantino and Rodriguez is […]
Joaquin Phoenix and John C. Reilly are a pair of offbeat gunslingers in Jacques Audiard’s unconventional, gorgeously energetic […]
Jennifer Garner goes back to her Alias days as an ass-kicking action hero, but its muddy action and […]
This piece was originally posted on Alcohollywood For the latest On Tap minisode, we air an interview Clint […]
Jack Reynor keeps his brother and his big-ass gun safe in this tepid late-August shoot-em-up, its characters as […]
Despite two incredible lead performances from Oscar Isaac and Ben Kingsley, this dramatization of the Mossad extradition of […]
Blumhouse’s latest thriller is tense and deceptively clever, but undoes its thrills with no shortage of irritating fakeouts. […]