This time capsule of bohemian New York distorts its representation of the city for reasons more loving than lazy.
Woody Allen’s Wonder Wheel feels as artificial and unsatisfying as the cotton candy twirling in a vending cart.
The ingrained self-hatred of its characters reflect outward toward those who remind them of themselves.
Familiar as its art/life paralleling may be, it’s all fueled by a filmmaker with an intimate relationship to his subject matter.
If ever there was a movie equivalent of dad bod, Entourage is it.
One of the most accomplished American dramas of the 1990s arrives on Blu-ray sporting a suitably exceptional A/V transfer.
This intertwined tale of people struggling on society’s fringe plays like bad community theater.
George Cukor would have made us side with Eva Mendes and exposed Meg Ryan’s blather for what it is: over-privileged white noise.
Girl 6, the story of a girl and her stint in the phone sex biz, is a sloppy and problematic film, no diggity.
In which Lee mind-wrestles with a feminist screenwriter and everyone loses.