Actors Benicio Del Toro and Josh Brolin, producer Molly Smith, and director Stefano Sollima discuss the film’s function as a spinoff of Sicario.
The plot takes leaps that feel as reckless as they are refreshing in such a doleful film of terminal prognoses.
Throughout Avengeners: Infinity War, rapidity (of dialogue and drama) is mistaken for actual rhythm.
The Last Jedi is largely content to further the themes and narrative strategies of J.J. Abrams’s predecessor.
Mark Osborne’s The Little Prince reveals itself to be concerned with the blossoming of qualified idealism.
The film finally seems conspicuously at odds with itself, neither funny nor impassioned enough to pass as an accomplished vision of transnational welfare.
Jóhann Jóhannsson’s score is just one of many elements that conjure a relentlessly terrifying realm of despair.
The one saving grace of Sicario is the considerable talent of cinematographer Roger Deakins.
Warner’s gorgeous Blu-ray preserves Paul Thomas Anderson’s Pynchon adaptation as the director’s anti-Magnolia.
Benicio del Toro’s performance is showy, a great actor’s parade of indulgences that occasionally sets a deranged camp tone.
The dangers of filmmakers trying to replicate a golden era rather than embrace the present are part and parcel of Inherent Vice.
Too often the film seems to struggle in making its interesting ideas apparent, leaving them stranded beneath the dry surface of an otherwise ordinary procedural.
Oliver Stone returns to the grit, grime, and blood of his glory days with this breakneck SoCal-set thriller about the death of sensitivity in the modern age.
While his classic hyperbolic visual style is back in force, Oliver Stone can’t bother to muster any of his usual righteous anger.
It’s probably not a good sign that the poster for Oliver Stone’s Savages makes a perfect column subject for Easter Sunday.
The primetime debut of one of Criterion’s indies-in-residence, Steven Soderbergh’s Oscar-winning drug war epic gets a terrific HD upgrade.
Che, a New Man presents Che’s revolutions as an effort to love the rest of the world.
Th extras offer a variety of opinions on the film that absolutely dwarfs the amount of barbiturates ingested throughout the narrative.