Our Summer Games Virtual Film Festival kicks off with the cool story (bro) of the 1988 Jamaican bobsled team… or a story, at any rate
Italian Robert Rossellini directs his Swedish wife, Ingrid Bergman, in English in this surprisingly modern take on a marriage which, finding itself in unfamiliar territory, immediately disintegrates.
A heavily influential Soviet sci-fi epic that takes a lot of patience from the viewer to get to its basic message: no matter how far we go, we’ll never be able to escape our own humanity.
This “comedy of murders” starring Charlie Chaplin as a serial killer was a scandalous flop in the US but has since been re-evaluated.
The most mid-90s of mid-90s movies is somehow based on a Jane Austen novel, and also somehow really good.
It is the original full-length animated movie, and helped to launch a media empire. For me it holds up today, um, intermittently?
A landmark of “modernist” cinema, but don’t expect it to, y’know, have a story or make any attempt to explain anything.
This mega-hit made Bruce Lee a household name and became maybe the most successful and influential martial arts movie ever made.
It’s the very first blockbuster, but unfortunately I can’t emphasize enough how racist it is. However racist you think it is, it is way more racist than that.
After the passing of the great blockbuster director Richard Donner, we revisit one of his most beloved hits.