No surprise that a man who began his studies in philosophy before enrolling in the impressively named “Institute of Cinematographic Investigations and Experiences” would turn out to be a storyteller whose technical skill is matched by his intelligent and thoughtful irony. Even less shocking is that a man who volunteered to serve in World War II to save his Republican father from being executed would also have a critical opinion of his government.
Atom Egoyan's health inspector drama Guest of Honour has elements of his best work, but isn't on par with it.
Hollywood not only defines trends, it often creates them. Over the years, movies have influenced many industries. In this article, you can read about the industries that have been most influenced by Hollywood.
Greyhound is a non-stop thrill ride that hinges on Tom Hanks's everyman appeal.
Netflix’s gritty new action flick The Old Guard features thrilling fight sequences, sophisticated themes, and a badass Charlize Theron performance.
Dr. Jessica Rogers joins Courtney for Always Be My Maybe!
Aaron Abrams and Brendan Gall join Jeremy for Sweet Smell of Success!
Join us for our first episode of Summer Blockbuster Month as we break down John Powell's very Remote Control Productions-y, synthetic action score to 1997's Face/Off!
Bil, Michael and Daniel discuss Brotherly Love!
In The Kissing Booth 2, Elle starts to question her relationship with Noah while he’s away at college, and she’s drawn to a handsome new classmate.
Ben and Daniel revisit Alex Proyas' The Crow!
Exploring the films of the great Mike Leigh in The Criterion Channel's director spotlight.
That Shelf writers select their favourite films of 2020 at the year's mid-point.
That Shelf's Jason Gorber reviews Hamilton – the filmed version of the famed stage play, premiering not in theatres but on the Disney+.
From Da 5 Bloods to Batman, here's what we were loving this month.