Perhaps the artistic apotheosis of silent movies, just before sound came in and swept them away.
This is sort of the closest thing you’ll find a movie by and for the Beat Movement, an interesting exercise but I’m not sure it actually works as a film.
Announcing our next Virtual Film Festival, a week of Irish-themed movies leading up to St. Patrick’s Day! It all starts March 11.
The sequel to this hit Eddie Murphy fish-out-of-water comedy comes out today. I had never seen the original before, but I think it was pretty funny.
A war movie for the anti-war crowd, and a comedy that inadvertently launched the biggest TV series of all time.
Estimated to be the most-watched movie of all-time, it somehow works just as well 82 years later.
Luis Buñuel deftly portrays the inner sexual fantasy life of a beautiful Parisian woman in a way that the movies really hadn’t before.
Jimmy Stewart becomes obsessed with watching his neighbors live their lives through his window, and maybe we do too.
This romance/crime/comedy/drama/other remains, a quarter century later, my definitive personal image of Hong Kong.