When the ground beneath a marriage is shaken, can it hold up?
What if war isn’t hell? What if it’s purgatory?
A tale told by an idiot, signifying everything.
A film about art, discipline, and the benefits of someone who cracks the whip.
You and I would never have the patience to make this movie, and make it this good.
The Grand Budapest Hotel
Wes Anderson's latest is a feat of filmmaking, a formally-interesting movie that's also deeply meaningful.
A man, the phone he is dating, and the incomparable gift of the Incarnation.
A con artist film that is sometimes great fun, but never reaches the height of its characters' hairdos.
In which porn addiction functions as just a case study for a much bigger question.
Zero Dark Thirty
A thriller about the hunt for Osama bin Laden captures the conflicted, complex moral issues of the operation.
Simultaneously infuriating and exhilarating—in other words, quintessential Tarantino.
A well-done but violent period piece about the wild world of backwoods bootlegging.