If you know who Miike is, you already know if you’re gonna see this.
Its best quality is its recognition that the central fight – and any fight for justice – is not made of heroes.
If Everest indicts anything, it’s the commercialization of the mountain.
Alex Gibney’s new documentary about Steve Jobs begins in grief and ends with the cold, black and impenetrable visage of the iPhone
The striking aspect of A Walk In The Woods is its modesty
Watching this spy caper once was enough. But I hope they make another.
There’s something deep and melancholy there, bound up with the fleeting nature of fame, the burdens of ideology, and the psychological costs of conservatism.
A good film in which director Antoine Fuqua finds resonance with his boxer hero
A subpar riff on the alien invasion genre.
Tangerine pulls off a pretty remarkable feat.