Spike Lee’s semiautobiographical depiction of his own childhood feels “true,” but really rubs me the wrong way.
Before Hamilton took Broadway by storm, there was another musical about the Founding Fathers, one that I love too much to be objective about.
An underrated sleeper of a science fiction classic, about things most movies have no interest in.
Join us for a week of Olympics-themed films leading up the alleged start of this years’ Games
One of the stereotypical European Art Films from Jean-Luc Godard, but if I’m honest its not the cinematography many viewers are going to remember.
Probably the best known movie about Native Americans, directed by and starring a very laconic white guy who I’m not sure can actually act. But I think it mostly works?
A classic Japanese film where every frame looks like a classical painting. From a plot perspective, the weepiest of weepies.
An epic of Russian history that’s more interested in its central love dodecahedron than it is in Russian history, a fact that leaves me wondering what the point of it all is.
Actor Ned Beatty passed away this week, so we revisit his first and most famous/infamous role.
A very violent, dark Vietnam movie written and directed by an actual Vietnam veteran, so I would say it’s high quality but your mileage may vary.