A huge earthquake struck Japan on Friday, churning up a devastating tsunami that swept over cities and farmland along the northern part of the country and threatened coastal areas throughout the Pacific. (Click here for stunning video of the catastrophe from the BBC.)
Errol Morris tells B. Ruby Rich that Tabloid could be his last documentary.
Sony restoration boss talks Taxi Driver Blu-ray.
David Bordwell is overbooked.
Spider-Man is a total slut.
Related: Aaron Cutler gives Abbas Kiarostami’s film a second look.
Jim Emerson shares his Muriel ballot.
David Simon comments on the arrest of Felicia “Snoop” Pearson.
Kim Voynar takes on Arianna Huffington.
This Sunday, check out the New York premiere of the director’s cut of Alexander at the Museum of the Moving Image. Following the screening, Matt Zoller Seitz will moderate a conversation with Oliver Stone. For more information, click here. Below, the film’s trailer:
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