300: Rise of an Empire
In comparison with "300", this insane film is more engaging by dint of being absolutely impossible to take even a little bit seriously.
Unhappiness is an invented thing.
The first time I saw Jacques Tati's “Mr. Hulot's Holiday,” I
Looked at a certain way, the entire story of "Shane"
No story could be simpler. An old couple come to the city to
Two brothers, one consumed by greed, the other by envy. In a
We must turn to the past for a film as innocent as
The old man knows he is dying of cancer. In a bar, he tells a
Here is the saddest film I have ever seen about the life of a
There is no movie musical more fun than "Singin' in the
Umberto is upright, neat, exact, and the cut of his clothes
There's not a soft or sentimental passage in Billy Wilder's
For its 60th anniversary, a restored digital presentation
Jean Renoir's "The River" (1951) begins with a circle
The abiding terror in Alfred Hitchcock's life was that he would
Growing older was a smart career move for Bette Davis, whose
The courtyard of the Hollywood building occupied by Humphrey
Shortly before filming was to begin on "Rashomon,"
Billy Wilder's "Sunset Boulevard” is the portrait of a
"The Bicycle Thief" is so well-entrenched as an
In the years after World War II, there emerged from the Ealing
"Orpheus" is a Greek myth about a musician who
Has there ever been a film where the music more perfectly suited
When Peter Bogdanovich needed a movie to play as the final
Beautiful 35mm print opens Friday at the Music Box.There is tension between two kinds of stories in "The Red