The cumulative power of Gosling’s performance, of Chazelle’s determination, smothered me.
Paul Greengrass again shows a community battling together against a shared threat.
Just two people looking at each other in tender, grateful terror.
Good movie. Here you go! Good movie!
Chicago International turns fifty-four; David Gordon Green (and Danny McBride) retool Halloween; snapping Garry Winogrand; Robert Greene confronts historical documentary; “Wanda” is a one-off for the ages.
There’s a new generation of celluloid savants in town.
A discussion of Bing Liu’s masterful “Minding the Gap,” and the creative process behind it.
A newly-surfaced Jean-Luc Godard feature from 1986.
An unmarried woman, 1892.