“Hillbilly Elegy” and the Rise of the Award-Season Thirst Trap
Why did Amy Adams and Glenn Close choose to do such a bad movie? For the Oscar.
Surrealist Masterpiece “The Twentieth Century” Might Be the Best Film of 2020
Director Matthew Rankin discusses his brilliant “Heritage Minute from Hell"
Sofia Coppola’s DIY Debut Was a Towering Monument to Gen-X Malaise
In 1994, Comedy Central gave Sofia Coppola a contract. She gave them "Hi-Octane."
25 Years Later, It’s Obvious We Got “Showgirls” All Wrong
Former "Saved by the Bell" star Elizabeth Berkley's performance nearly torpedoed her entire career
No Director Understands the Fragile Male Ego Like Albert Brooks
Woody Allen gets the plaudits, but Brooks is the true connoisseur of men behaving meekly
Remembering the Steve Martin Buddy Comedy That Begins Where "Goodfellas" Ended
Thirty years later, "My Blue Heaven" deserves a second look
The Greatest Case Alan Dershowitz Ever Built Was His Own Mythology
How America's most famous trial lawyer helped create the court of public opinion he now rails against
The Importance of Sitting Through “Unwatchable” Movies
Holocaust drama “The Painted Bird” joins a long tradition of films that make us reckon with human suffering
Looking Back at a Decade of Iconoclastic Director Yorgos Lanthimos
Lanthimos is proof that the movie industry isn't always broken