Announcing our next Virtual Film Festival, a week of Irish-themed movies leading up to St. Patrick’s Day! It all starts March 11.
Sort of a punk rock apocalypse. Or a comedy about some sort of alien invasion. Or a cautionary tale about the Neutron Bomb. Or…
An extremely personal story of one young man’s journey from rural Turkey to America.
This is a movie as “outsider art,” an unfiltered detour into a religious mind without an insincere bone in its body.
Perhaps the ultimate anti-War movie, its battle scenes represented a quantum leap for movies. Some of the smaller things may not hold up, but the message does.
Scorsese’s portrait of the classic lone wolf white male remains highly acclaimed, but I wonder if it hasn’t done more harm than good.
A somewhat dated melodrama about people who are deeply unhappy despite being extremely pretty. One of them falls out of a rowboat.
This is a very silly but somehow a very good action movie about robbing banks, surfing, skydiving, and many other things. At one point Patrick Swayze throws a dog at Keanu Reeves.
A kid and his lovable alien pal try to escape from some government scientists. I found myself rooting for the scientists.
A descent into madness with conquistadors searching fruitlessly for El Dorado, that Werner Herzog dragged a full movie crew down the Amazon to shoot.