Christopher Nolan’s “Dunkirk” is nothing like the countless war movies that precede it.
Every frame feels like a masterstroke from the auteur, from the delirious sound design to storytelling angles …
Torture and Aussie filmmakers go together like peas and cah-rots.
Director Greg McLean’s 2005 shocker “Wolf Creek” proved so irredeemably cruel it nearly chased Roger Ebert out of the theater.
A new Sofia Coppola movie is no longer an event.
It’s a reminder of a bright career not living up to its potential.
Who didn’t cheer her 2004 breakout hit …
Hate rarely makes for great comedy.
Look no further than the late night landscape. Comedians spew monologues brimming with bile, leaving audiences with one simple question.
Where are the jokes?
The Troubles. It’s an unassuming, and almost romantic, term for the Irish civil war generally thought to be between Catholics and Protestants.
To be truthful, it has its roots far …