A surreal and demented short film from Vice editor Emily Wilson. A short film that I wish had a longer running time.
Michael Bay’s latest is a masterful evisceration of the commercialized American Dream.
The writer/director’s third feature is his most complacent, and least interesting.
James takes on Joseph Kosinski’s newest film. He didn’t have much luck the first time. What’s in store for him this time around?
Brandon Cronenberg’s debut may not be able to capitalize on its potential, but its ideas and lead actor carry it through a steady intrigue.
Film plays Saturday and Monday at Portland’s Northwest Film Center.
The Potiche director is back with what may be his best film yet.
Film comes to us from Restrepo co-director Sebastian Junger.
An unsung gem from last year finally arrives on home video.
Though it’s already too late to catch this film on the big screen in Portland, we’re less than a week away from its availability on home video.
With a new Criterion box set on the way, this comedic masterpiece from 1965 is slated for big screen showings in Portland later this week.
Is the film yet another misfire for director Danny Boyle?
Film will play at Portland’s Northwest Film Center as part of the touring Pierre Étaix retrospective.
Chabrol’s closely-knit first two films are available on DVD and Blu-ray for the first time in the U.K.
New Blu-ray for this legendary drama is a definitive release of an unsung gem.
This Spanish silent feature is magical, mysterious, and enthralling – in other words, a fairy tale.