Emphasizing its beautiful imperfections, Twilight Time restores Talk Radio without compromising its sleazy and earnest vitality.
It depicts Snowden’s ethical dilemmas in a political vacuum that disregards America’s complex security threats.
Ondi Timoner’s documentary about Russell Brand basically gives the English comedian turned “activist” a free pass.
Oliver Stone’s most underrated movie is a dark comic fantasy of sin and futility as well as one of the craziest and most beautiful of all noirs.
To movie fans, JFK is the centerpiece for any defense of the persuasive powers of the medium.
The entirety of the marketing for The Counselor suffers from what I’m calling “prestige-film fallacy” (PFF).
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.
We scrounged up an eclectic selection, boasting the likes of Clint Eastwood, Carl Weathers, Warren Beatty, and Eminem.
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 Avengers will assemble for what may be the most overstuffed tent-pole ever, and Katy Perry will unleash the first movie that could actually give you cavities.
J.C. Chandor is able to mine potent workplace drama, and pluck tender nerves that are widespread among the current populace.
MGM has backed their impressive transfer of Stone's masterwork with an abundance of all-encompassing extras.
8 Million Ways to Die turned out to be the final film of one of the most endearing filmmakers from the New Hollywood era.
There’s a shrewdly but skeptically revisionist tone about Oliver Stone’s new documentary South of the Border.