The party scene documentary plays like a narrative without a plot.
Scott and David discuss faith, simplicity, nature, joy, and realism in Rossellini’s don’t-call-it-a-biopic.
A tale of gentrification takes a remarkably generous, human viewpoint.
If only they’d left their story more unknown.
A delicate, generous, heartbreaker of a romance.
The landmark western still stands tall.
The result of Stillman adapting Jane Austen proves just as delicious as it sounds.
Katz intelligently, empathetically explores the fears that haunt a new parent.
Greene and Kate Lyn Sheil’s film explores the boundaries of documentary film, and of performance.
Lonergan delivers another wrenching story about coping with tragedy.
The film, ironically, lacks a proper plan itself.
Frankenheimer’s paranoid masterpiece also serves as a reflection of its star’s soul.
Scott and David discuss faith, chance, choices, and morality in Eric Rohmer’s landmark 1969 hit.
Forman’s riotous comedy of social disaster comes to high definition.
Iñárritu’s latest is magnificently accomplished and very shallow.
Dassin’s fierce and fiery truck-drivin’ noir comes roaring to high definition.