As Clint Eastwood’s latest film is released in theaters and on streaming, we revisit another 45 year old Western in which he directed and starred.
A documentary featuring the voices of Black gay men, which in 1989 was enough almost to turn Washington upside down.
Perhaps the best of the Steven Spielberg popcorn movies, with dinosaur effects that incredibly still hold up 28 years later.
An early independent film about a “born loser” woman who “doesn’t know why she exists.” So that’s fun.
A very accurate, well-made docudrama about an actual space emergency, it all feels a bit airless to me (sorry).
The story of famous Japanese author who also had his own private army and tried to overthrow the government, as one does, told in such a highly stylized manner that I honestly lost track of it.
In celebration of the late Jean-Paul Belmondo, we visit a big fun 1960s action-adventure, French-style.
A very well-made, enjoyable western with John Wayne as a stoic small-town sheriff and Dean Martin as his alcoholic deputy.
Charlie Chaplin’s skewering of Adolf Hitler was ahead of its time, then stood the test of time.