Mira Nair’s adaptation of the Mohsin Hamid novel is a probing exploration of the forces that make us who we are.
Mira Nair’s most American film may well be her most impersonal.
Mira Nair crafts a messy, regressive tale of sexual liberation filtered through a heteronormative gaze, giving us sex without tempering it with love.
Mira Nair’s breakthrough international hit both draws from Bollywood tradition and breaks out of its restrictions, creating something wholly new and endearing in the process.
Mira Nair turns a dreary novel into something bright and beautiful, and changed how we looked at it.
Mira Nair’s 1988 breakout remains a scintillating tale of poverty in India’s slums, even as it toes the line of exploitation.
We start 2021 by profiling the vibrant, richly textured, deceptively political works of Mira Nair.
David Fincher’s syrupy historical fantasy is as sumptuously filmed as it is shallowly written.
David Fincher’s 2010 drama about the founding of Facebook is nothing without Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross’ groundbreaking score.
Arguably one of David Fincher’s best films, Zodiac focuses on the tedium of a murder investigation, rather than the crimes themselves.
David Fincher’s Hitchcockian thriller is one of his twistiest, best early works.
One of David Fincher’s more straightforward suspense thrillers, Panic Room finds that greed always levels the playing ground.
David Fincher’s 1995 serial killer thriller elevates the police procedural into a grimy fable about mankind’s fall from grace.
David Fincher’s first feature may have angered people at the time, but it continues to prove equally daring as a sequel and a debut.
In honor of the release of Mank, we look back at the director who’s continued to blend noir, thriller, black comedy, and mainstream appeal.
Kathryn Bigelow’s most recent film is a brutal, unblinking look at police brutality.
Nearly eight years later, Zero Dark Thirty continues to court controversy by stubbornly refusing to argue for or against the lengths America took to find Osama bin Laden.
Kathryn Bigelow takes her innate sense of the mechanisms of masculinity into a sorely-overlooked Russian submarine drama.