“I hope it’s not my last movie, but it would be a pretty good last movie,” Schrader keeps saying.
War and women and holding down the farm in France.
Vincent Gallo’s “The Brown Bunny” debuted at the Cannes Film Festival fifteen years ago today, leading to a colorful feud between the filmmaker and Roger Ebert. Here’s a story of the resolution and an hour of Gallo’s mind.
Performances with fractions of grace.
The joy of a masterpiece, once lost, now found, is rare joy. And Fassbinder’s elemental craft: good lord, will anyone ever be this good with the framing of space, the blocking of action, the movement of bodies?
Darkly tempting, tempest-tossed Jersey-set “Beast,” a murderous fairytale of bittersweet emotion.
Noses to the glass.
Plainspoken yet transcendent, it’s also the rare romantic comedy to earn the tears of an audience.
“Boo!” times three for one serious debunker.
Chicago film critics put on a show for the sixth year.