Oshii, Miyazaki, and Kon.
The Wire’s landscape is thick with men almost desperate to reach back and snatch some kid from the vortex.
Edward Copeland and Wagstaff publish simultaneous reviews of Fraga’s great documentary.
James Whale was a master of the kinds of effects that exist on screen in a durable and solid form.
Like Michael, Detective Lester Freamon bumps up against the larger forces of an organization.
Marlo Stanfield has maneuvered to the top of the West Baltimore drug trade, and he’s executing a broad campaign to stay there.
On The Wire, everyone’s in school.
In person, Oliver Stone turns out to be a lot like you’d expect from watching his movies.