A political thriller from yesteryear
There’s nothing worse than realising 2 minutes into a film that you’re in for 2 hours of pain
Jacques Tati's PlayTime is a film both capricious and harshly modern, with a terrifically Orwellian view of the urban landscape in some places
Logan Fewster recaps the top five films of 2011.
An extremely well-made film that is ambitious in scope and originality
INLAND EMPIRE is about truth, identity, and reality.
Luke Rush discusses The Best Films of 2006
Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan
Dead Man’s Chest is rather bloated