Charlie Kaufman's latest headtrip stars Jessie Buckley and Jesse Plemmons as a couple on the fritz.
Atom Egoyan's health inspector drama Guest of Honour has elements of his best work, but isn't on par with it.
Exploring the films of the great Mike Leigh in The Criterion Channel's director spotlight.
There’s no such thing as a Charlie Kaufman movie designed to be watched only once and Anomalisa is certainly no exception, so we took a look at the brand new Blu-ray and its extras.
Legend hits Blu-ray today, so we took a second look at the film and a first look at its special features.
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It's easy to see what attracted Tom Hardy to the dual roles in Legend, but are they enough to sustain the British gangster movie?
Anomalisa TIFF 2015 Review
Terry Gilliam's The Zero Theorem is a sprawling, thoughtful mess of a movie that tosses a cavalcade of ideas (both visual and philosophical) at the audience with almost reckless abandon.
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Although it gets off to a pretty rough start and is a bit overstuffed, Bill Condon’s somewhat fictionalized “inside WikiLeaks” drama The Fifth Estate manages to generate some thrills once it gets the dynamics of the larger than life characters out of the way.
More or less a carbon copy of the first movie in terms of style, subtlety, tone, and general goodwill, Red 2 stills ekes out a marginally better review than its passable predecessor.
Sometimes it’s obvious when a big name director is actively trying to win ALL THE OSCARS. Steven Spielberg’s War Horse is one of those painfully obvious movies, but that's not to say that the film is at all bad or unwatchable. This tale of a young man and the horse that touched the lives of everyone who came in contact with it is a splendid World War I yarn made with the skill and craft one would expect from a Spielberg production, but one can’t seem to shake the feeling that it’s all a bit overbearing.