“Westwood” is less comprehensive biography than grumpy, captivating depth charge.
Revved-up exploitationer with as much self-pleasure as self-parody in satire of radical leftism.
Ingmar Bergman at 100, Jane Campion, Hal Ashby, Boots Riley…
Cussed larkiness for specialized tastes.
A time capsule of a lost New York scene and a vision of a gleaming, impossibly beautiful and mucked-up New York.
A masterpiece of film noir, in a new digital restoration.
Way out West: Chloé Zhao’s masterfully imagined vision of latter-day America.
“Before they’d even reached the age of thirty, Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels had undoubtedly started to change the world—for better or worse.”
“I always wanted to make the film where he was a ghost in the film, he was like a touchstone.”
Goodness and kindness and even love in a pair of crowd-wowing bio-docs: “RBG” and “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?”