Ken Russell, the director behind the Oscar-winning Women in Love died on Sunday. He was 84.
Related: Dennis Lim remembers the controversial director.
Also, our own Gerard Raymond’s interview with Russell from last year.
For PopMatters, Ross Langager on the cinematic myth of King Kong.
New York as seen by Stanley Kubrick.
Has Christian Bale’s Batman era come to an end?
All My Children and One Life to Live will not move online.
For Matt Zoller Seitz, a shocking twist in last night’s episode of Boardwalk Empire highlights the drama’s inability to make space for great female characters.
Jason Bellamy doesn’t like the new Muppets movie.
Martin Scorsese hearts 3D.
A precious long-lost cartoon film featuring a rabbit that was the forerunner to Mickey Mouse has been discovered on a shelf in an archive in rural England.
A.O. Scott on Woody Allen’s Hannah and Her Sisters:
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