New documentary is an honest look at the widening generation gap between a specific father and his son.
The critical darling is one of the most original pieces of cinema you’ll see all year.
New documentary attempts to paint the most fair and balanced look at the economic crisis and the attack against the middle class of this country.
He also attempts to explain how the film manages to avoid crashing with a thud in spite of its inherent cognitive dissonance.
The third film from Rian Johnson is an assured piece of sci-fi fare that manages to be invigorating even as it stumbles.
New documentary looks at the importance of one state on the education of millions.
Rodney Ascher’s new film is more critical essay about criticism than it is anything resembling a documentary.
With the Bond 50 set now available, we look at one spy film that may be better than anything that blockbuster series has to offer.
Berlin hit makes its way to NYFF this year and may be one of this year’s strongest dramas.
DeMille’s 1934 epic delivers on the spectacle it promises, but with a distinct personal slant.
If you own the old DVD and wonder if it’s worth upgrading to Criterion, here you go.
Pier Paolo Pasolini’s 1967 adaptation of the famous myth is everything you could want from such a description.
We look at Criterion’s brand new Blu-ray of their former Laserdisc-approved David Fincher thriller, The Game.
We look at the new Criterion release of Paul Bartel’s cult classic.
It’s been 5 years since Paul Thomas Anderson’s There Will Be Blood. Has he made another masterpiece?
Steve James is back with yet another winning look into one of the sports world’s biggest issues.