I can report that it enraptured and delighted, and most importantly, made quiet, the houseful of little kids and their nannies with which I watched…
There are two movies in "Jackie." One of these movies is just OK. The other is exceptional. The first one keeps undermining the second.
For the 36th installment in his video essay series about maligned masterworks, Scout Tafoya examines Ken Russell's "Lisztomania."
Not only do they not make them like this anymore, I'm not convinced they ever did, unless Beatty was involved.
A boxer gets knocked out by life, then gets back up.
The funniest movie about grief ever made.
In this unusual comedy, Andre Royo plays an ex-con scavenging on the streets of Los Angeles.
Psychedelia with a smile.
A film extolling the virtues of pacifism that seems hopelessly addicted to violence.
Actor, film historian and Vietnam veteran Jim Beaver talks about the experience of seeing Oliver Stone's war memoir "Platoon" for the first time.
Walter Chaw revisits Oliver Stone's 1981 horror film "The Hand" and explores the director's fascination with nightmares and the uncanny.