Beginning with his feature debut Young Törless, Schlöndorff showed himself interested in examining the gray area of morality.
Martin Scorsese defined Bruce Kirkland as a as a film critic, Bob Dylan as a man. Here he shares his personal journey
Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story, the latest ‘documentary’ from Martin Scorsese, follows Bob Dylan and his circuslike troupe of artists as they embark on the famed musician's most deeply performative tour of his career.
It's Taurus season, which means movies that will get you chilling out and enjoying the beauty of physical world. Here are the top 10 Taurus movies!
Lots to go through this week on the home entertainment front including the coal in the stocking that is the Paul Rudd/Paul Giamatti team-up All is Bright, the Blu-Ray debut of the exceptional astronaut drama The Right Stuff, John Carpenter's ill fated TV pilot Body Bags, the toothless political drama The Attack, charming Irish creature feature Grabbers, the passable Dolph Lundgren/Randy Couture drug actioner Ambushed, and the gleefully sick Canadian sleaze flick, Junkie
Mud feels like a classical young adult novel from the 80s or 90s brought to life with all of the life lessons intact, and it's mostly a positive thing.
Enter for a chance to win one of five pairs of passes to an advance screening of Mud in Toronto on Monday, May 13th at 7:00pm, courtesy of Dork Shelf and eOne Films.
A touching though sometimes lagging story about enduring friendship, Shepard and Dark highlights aspects of Sam Shepard and Johnny Dark’s relationship that has now spanned half a century. The impetus for the documentary is the archiving of hundreds of letters that passed back and forth between them over the decades. As much about the individual men as their correspondence, one can’t help but feel this lingering film would have been much more compelling as a documentary short as opposed to feature length.
Ever since Paul Greengrass’ Bourne Identity sequels, espionage movies have been about terrorism and government cover-ups, set in third world countries and filmed with shaky handheld cameras and blown out colour schemes. Safe House falls firmly into this camp, loaded with nods to dirty dealings and water boarding. It’s a fairly entertaining movie, just one that definitely feels like it’s coming out a few years too late.