Oshii, Miyazaki, and Kon.
What Hiroshi Inagaki manages to pull off with the third episode in the samurai trilogy is nothing short of remarkable.
The film shows us a hero struggling to control his nature and who finally finds that control.
Those looking for an action-packed saga that takes place a long time ago and far, far away need search no further.
The Wire’s landscape is thick with men almost desperate to reach back and snatch some kid from the vortex.
“Reboot” is the word reviewers have been using to describe the latest Bond film, and it’s hard to avoid because that’s what Casino Royale is.
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.
We are in a golden age of computer-generated animation.
In person, Oliver Stone turns out to be a lot like you’d expect from watching his movies.
No movie delivers baseball and beer better than The Bad News Bears.
One of the benefits of owning a toddler is their usefulness as guinea pigs in experiments.
How better to follow upon the heels of an all-Deadwood week than with an ode to the western towns that preceded the title locale?
We all carry these movies around in our heads. Movies that we long to see, but are really just constructs in our mind.