Captain America: Civil War
The bad news is, there are about ten movies in here. The good news is, most of them are fun.
Jessica Ritchey's poetic remembrance of the final months of her father's life, through the movies she saw.
Part film noir, part character study of a junkie seeking redemption, All Mistakes Buried is a gripping film.
"Lolita" without the sex, yet somehow nearly as disturbing.
The latest edition of "The Unloved" looks at Robert Siegel's "Big Fan."
A remembrance of critic Scott Schuldt, who blogged under the name Ed Copeland.
"Yeah, well, sometimes nothin' can be a real cool hand."
A midlife crisis drama, with puppets.
An extraordinary display of directorial craft, but an ugly movie—so ugly that it seems as if the director is daring his harshest detractors to see it as a confirmation of their worst fears about his art.
An exhilarating ride, filled with archetypal characters with plausible psychologies, melodramatic confrontations fueled by soaring emotions, and performances that can be described as good, period, rather than "good, for 'Star Wars.'"
This drama about the true story behind "Moby Dick" is a magnificently produced adventure story that ultimately doesn't add up to much.