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.
Historians may forever rue the day JFK hit movie screens, but to movie fans, it’s 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).