Thanksgiving weekend is a uniquely appropriate time for this throwback to the 1990s.
A profane black comedy from an Irish filmmaker that looks for easy solutions to complex American problems.
Remember In the Loop? Yeah, well there’s a part where two characters check out a grindcore show at The Black Cat.
You may think you appreciate Marion Cotillard, but you probably don’t appreciate her enough.
Everyone is going to relate to this comedy SO HARD, but especially if you graduated high school circa 2003.
An welcome, albeit unnecessary thriller, with Branagh as a more theatrical Poirot
Making full use of Beaux-Arts architecture
The Director of The Dark Knight and Interstellar is more old-fashioned than you might think
Tracy Letts should be a household name.
Sheer provocation masquerading as a dark satire, but it probably won’t make us behave any differently.
You’ll register that the jokes are meant to be funny. You probably won’t laugh.
The best recent science fiction is ready to stream into your eyeballs.
A great movie for kids that never – not once – condescends to them.
Sure, you’re a Noah Baumbach fan, but have you watched his documentary about Brian De Palma?