Antonio Banderas spoke to That Shelf about Pedro Almodóvar’s Pain & Glory, where he plays an aging film director who reflects upon his career, creative stagnation, and the rich life that inspired his passion for the cinema.
Director Steven Soderbergh's The Laundromat – starring Meryl Streep, Gary Oldman, and Antonio Banderas – is a dizzying madcap whirl that will give audiences the rinse and the spin they need.
Tamara Khodova reviews Steven Soderbergh's The Laundromat – starring Meryl Streep, Gary Oldman, and Antonio Banderas – from the 2019 Venice Film Festival. Does this star-studded dramedy live up to Soderbergh's previous work?
TIFF 2019: Pain and Glory Review
Today James and Yaw talk about bringing legendary character Zorro to the screen in an episode that has the guys in two completely different worlds.
Some may blame Terrence Malick's sudden increased output for the artist repeating himself, but Knight of Cups feels like the director spent too much time playing the sandbox.
Dork Shelf wants to send you and a guest to an advanced screening of Knight of Cups in Toronto courtesy of eOne Films.
Arguably the best film of the franchise The Expendables 3 takes a lighter, sillier tone than its predecessors to deliver some passable action movie fun.
Enter for a chance to win a pair of passes to an advance screening of The Expendables 3 in Toronto, Ottawa, Halifax, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton, Victoria, or Vancouver on Thursday, August 14th, courtesy of Dork Shelf and eOne Films!
Enter for a chance to win one of ten pairs of passes to an advance screening of Robert Rodriguez's Machete Kills in Ottawa or Halifax on Wednesday, October 9th or in Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton, or Vancouver on Thursday, October 10th, courtesy of Dork Shelf and VVS Films!
Though it might start out as a standard quirky rom-com, Ruby Sparks is actually a charming, nuanced, funny, bittersweet, and wholly satisfying enterprise designed to take the manic pixie dream girl cliche down from the inside.
Following an extremely slow DVD release week last week, this week's columnists Andrew Parker and Zack Kotzer take on a marginally less slow week with looks at Steven Soderbergh's Haywire, Ti West's The Innkeepers, and the unnecessary sequel/reimagining The Wicker Tree.
The interesting, but flawed Haywire stands out as an anomaly in director Steven Soderbergh's recent filmography. It’s a straight up revenge film unconcerned with further reaching implications, but dripping with sexuality and action.