Steve Martin scores as the star and screenwriter of a 2005 melodrama called Shopgirl that actually evokes the cinematic memories its title i...
Hail, Caesar! 6/17/18
Joel and Ethan Cohen continue to spit in the face of conventional cinematic storytelling with an odd and quirky black comedy from 2016 c...
You'll Never Get Rich 6/16/18
You'll Never Get Rich
Fred Astaire and Rita Hayworth make quite the glamorous pair in the 1941 musical comedy You'll Never Get Rich, but there just w...
The Social Network 6/15/18
The Social Network
After three previous attempts, I was finally able to connect with 2010 Best Picture nominee The Social Network, a ferocious docudr...
Suddenly, Last Summer 6/13/18
Suddenly Last Summer
Polished direction, a talky but effective screenplay, and a pair of sterling performances by two of the best actresses in the bu...
Guess Who 6/10/18
The late Bernie Mac makes the 2005 comedy Guess Who seem a lot better than it really is.
This comedy is actually a re-thinking of the cl...
A raw and uncompromising story and an unhinged performance from the leading man are the primary ingredients that make 2011's The Rampart work...
The Star 6/09/18
A powerhouse, Oscar-nominated performance by the legendary Bette Davis is reason enough to check out a 1952 melodrama called The Star.
Barton Fink 6/09/18
Joel and Ethan Cohen take us on one of their most bizarre cinematic journeys with a 1991 sleeper called Barton Fink.
John Turturro pla...