This is one of the best films of 2015.
Debut of a new feature wherein Matt writes for exactly 30 minutes about a movie and then publishes whatever he's got. First up: John Woo's "The Killer."
A modest proposal to improve web journalism and web content generally.
A homeless man (Richard Gere) tries to find shelter and a moment of peace in this stripped-down drama.
Matthew Broderick and Alice Eve play business colleagues who get stranded in Albuquerque during a business trip, leading to rather mild complications; except for the lead performances, there's not much to see here.
Scout Tafoya's Unloved series continues with Roland Emmerich's "Anonymous."
Chiwetel Eijiofor, Margot Robbie and Chris Pine star in this low-key post-apocalyptic drama about a Garden of Eden that's not big enough for three people.
Jason Schwartzman's performance as a surly slacker and Olympia Dukakis' backup work as his grandmother are the main reasons to see this comedy about a man of no ambition.
For Pierce Brosnan completists only.
A critic dreams about the return of HBO's "Deadwood."
The tone and structure of Fantastic Four should be studied in film schools as an example of what not to do.