Perhaps the definitive Wes Anderson movie is about a New York family with, um, some issues. How willing you are to get on the movie’s wavelength will probably determine whether you love it or remain baffled.
Category Archives: Gene Hackman
DOWNHILL RACER (1969)
Our Summer Games Virtual Film Festival continues with Robert Redford starring as a headstrong ski racer in this drama about what it really takes to train for the Olympics.
This most revisionist of revisionist westerns brought Clint Eastwood to the highest tier of modern directors.
As March Madness continues in Indiana, we revisit this 1980s piece of “Pepperidge Farm buncombe” that’s somehow effective despite basically nothing that happens off a basketball court working at all.
BONNIE AND CLYDE (1967)
Thank you to everyone who joined us for our Watch Party of this seminal 1967 counterculture classic about Depression-era bank robbers.
THE FRENCH CONNECTION (1971)
The car chase is justly famous, but these days its cops with a “shoot first ask questions later” attitude are extremely hard to root for.