Zombieland: Double Tap
The vast majority of sequels are unnecessary, but Zombieland: Double Tap feels particularly so, especially coming out a decade after the original.
Memories and anecdotes from 50 years of moviegoing.
For all its wild spectacle and cartoon cleverness, this is a quietly subversive movie, and an evolutionary step forward for the genre.
A great lead performance and some nice moments can't compensate for a disappointingly reactionary framework.
A feature film by Scout Tafoya, celebrating five years of his video essay series, The Unloved.
A look back at Clint Eastwood's The 15:17 to Paris, as part of Scout Tafoya's video essay series on maligned masterpieces.
Rosamund Pike stars as slain war journalist Marie Colvin, in a biopic that keeps things tight and unsentimental.
A disorganized but affecting study of how addiction tears apart a family.
A grim alternate take on the story of "The Jungle Book."
A wide-ranging look at the hillbilly stereotype, by a filmmaker who identifies as one.
There's a moment when you get lost in a memory so intense that when you emerge, you aren't sure if you've been spacing out for a second or a minute. That's where Nicolas Roeg's cinema lived.