NewReleases

The Drop Review

The Drop

The onscreen meeting between Tom Hardy and Matthias Schoenaerts in one of the year's best films harkens back to Pacino and DeNiro in Heat

Lucy Review

Lucy

The smarter and more informed Lucy (the character) becomes, the dumber Lucy (the movie) gets

Guardians of the Galaxy Review

Guardians of the Galaxy

Think these mismatched superheroes will be able to put aside their differences to band together and save the world? Yeah, Guardians of the Galaxy is another Marvel movie

ClassicReviews

Night and Fog Review

Night and Fog

It runs just 30 minutes, but moments and images in Alain Resnais' Holocaust documentary will stick with you for a lifetime

Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker’s Apocalypse

Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse

The Apocalypse Now documentary, Hearts of Darkness, is both the greatest DVD extra ever produced and a chilling example of art imitating life

Man with a Movie Camera

Man with a Movie Camera

Dziga Vertov's silent, avant-garde documentary changed the medium of cinema forever

John'sLists

10 Movies I Can Watch Any Time

10 Movies I Can Watch Any Time

Or why there's a difference between the best movies and the most watchable movies

34 Things That Are Wrong in Draft Day

34 Things That Are Wrong in Draft Day

A spoiler-filled breakdown of this year's best worst movie

The Best Movies of 2014 So Far

The Best Movies of 2014 So Far

Nick Nolte the Rock Monster thinks Darren Aronofsky's Noah is one of the best movies of 2014 so far. He's right.

AwardsCoverage

2015 Oscar Predictions: Riddle, Mystery, Enigma, Etc.

The 2015 Oscar Riddle, Mystery, Enigma

No one knows anything about this year's Oscars, and that's awesome

Post-TIFF Best Picture Power Rankings

2015 Best Picture Power Rankings

The Imitation Game seems locked in for a Best Picture nomination, but it's early, and a few films (including Birdman) are right on its heels

Don’t Sleep on These Early 2015 Oscar Contenders

Don't Sleep on These Early 2015 Oscar Contenders

Or why Belle, Ida, and others ought not be forgotten come awards season