Eons ago, while still in high school, I composed a list of my all-time favorite films for the first time.
The pacing is great and there are many interesting shots and uses of the camera, but nothing too showy.
Some long overdue appreciation is due for the best American example of a cinematic tale of the undead from the 1980s.
Despite his many years of service, Paulie has never gotten the bump he feels he deserves.
Political satires are plentiful, but I didn’t want to get overloaded with them so many worthy films missed the cut.
Edward Copeland and Wagstaff publish simultaneous reviews of Fraga’s great documentary.
What makes a great movie monologue?
Varied as the street characters are, their African-American counterparts in the police department are just as individualized.
In the world of The Wire, it’s the story that rules—and that may even get the great Omar in the end.