The best feature film of 2017 marks its 35mm debut; “Hedwig” and “Escape from New York” are digitally restored; Ari Aster follows up “Hereditary” with a sunshiney horror; and Quentin Tarantino numbers his ninth, count ’em, ninth feature.
“Do the Right Thing” on the big screen: fantastic and furious.
A wanton world entire, the 1970s according to Bob Dylan in fact and song and fiction; oh, such fiction.
Tentative workplace romance from Germany, with the lead actors from “Toni Erdmann” and “Transit.”
Every American city deserves a movie as fine and observant and lavish as this; every summer filmgoer deserves an experience as heartbreakingly rich.
Laughter at apocalypse with annoying zombies every damn where.
People aren’t afraid to merge on freeways in David Cronenberg’s “Crash.”
A final statement of radical politics from Marxist poet and filmmaker Pier Paolo Pasolini.
“All Things” serves his genius well: the as-yet-visible portion, at least.
“Despite the director’s octogenarian frailties, his mastery has rarely been so vigorous, which makes the fatalist finale less a prophecy than a prayer.”