Inside Llewyn Davis
"Inside Llewyn Davis" is the most satisfyingly diabolical cinematic structure that the Coens have ever contrived, and that's just one reason that I suspect it…
The new co-production from three cable networks doesn't give them much bang for their bucks.
Alan Zilberman looks at the move to minimalism in musical scores, and how those scores shape our emotional reactions.
Seventy-five years late, an early film production by Orson Welles finally had its New York City premiere.
Paul Walker, who died yesterday in a car crash at 40, was an action film star known for his Everyman charm and his ability to provide a dependable center for the craziness around him.
Written and directed by Frank Darabont, TNT's noir mini-series is a remarkably accomplished and thoroughly enjoyable piece of work.
Glenn Kenny highlights the picks of Blu-ray releases for the month of November
MIchel Gondry's new documentary about Noam Chomsky fits into Gondry's body of work, if you look at his whole body of work and not just the most popular films.
Twenty-five films about Zatoichi, the blind swordsman, are gathered in a new box set from Criterion.
Science fiction films of the 1950s gave women surprisingly prominent roles as scientists.
BBC America wastes the "Doctor Who" lead-in on the trashy, boring "Atlantis."