Baumbach’s embarrassing and tone-deaf follow up to Frances Ha is painfully unfunny and thematically empty.
Burn, Hollywood, burn.
Another mesmerizing thriller from David Fincher, Gone Girl is outstanding in ways you least expect.
The Charlie Kaufman-lite The One I Love is a flimsy but highly amusing relationship fantasy.
This year’s incredible Main Slate features many Criterion favorites.
Xavier Dolan shows what he can do with a genre film (turns out it’s a lot) with his fourth outing Tom at the Farm.
And here are a few of the highlights.
Polanski’s adaptation is a sexually-tinged delight.
Ryan is joined by Jonathan Poritsky to discuss the upcoming SXSW 2014 festival, including the films and panels that they’re excited about.
Due to some previously cancelled screenings, this year’s PIFF festivities are not coming to a close quite yet.
This darling from the 2013 Berlin Film Festival makes its way to Portland, and is more than worthy of every bit of praise it musters up.
The newest film from Andrzej Wajda is a superb new historical drama currently playing this year’s Portland International Film Festival.
Proof that it is possible to find warmth, compassion and humor in a story about fundamentalist zeal and religious intolerance after all.
Beloved animator Bill Plympton is back with one of his most charming, and surreal, features to date.
New film from director Roger Mitchell is one of his best in years.
Jafar Panahi returns with yet another look at art under oppression.