The mystery’s a MacGuffin for the real story in Searching.
The Bad and the Beautiful isn’t just about the movie business, it’s about manipulation by narcissists and the wild, sometimes fun, sometimes crappy ride they can bring to their friends.
Director Paul Schraeder’s masterpiece about the seductiveness of pride and despair is a troubling image of a man in crisis.
Boots Riley’s directorial feature debut is a hilarious morality tale attacking our covetous culture.
Writer Diablo Cody and director Jason Reitman create a revealing look at the difficulties of motherhood (with some help by Charlize Theron and company).
Could a new film movement slowly be taking hold?
Like many men today, Don Lope is enamored by what he thinks are his progressive ways, but his behavior tells a different story.
Which guest are you?
The Square gets us to critique our behaviors and beliefs and asks us to question if we’re really as good as we think we are.
Like a fine wine, it gets better with age.
Murnau’s visual mastery is on display in this silent comedy starring the great Emil Jannings.
Murnau’s direction in the film is mind blowing, especially when you consider that he made this in 1922.
A love story like no other.
Herzog’s beautiful film about a man, his dream, and a whole host of natives.
A hilarious flick that’s like watching a 1950s version of Survivor, only with live bullets.
Perhaps Vincent Minnelli’s most popular film. It’s a classic for a reason.
Though dated in its depiction of race, Vincent Minnelli’s first feature is a somewhat forgotten gem with some fantastic dancing, songs, and some amazing camerawork in the last numbers.