Italy brings a strong representative to our Winter Festival in Fellini’s modern fable of an innocent young woman who ends up on the road with a brutish circus performer.
A deeply weird and strangely “psychosexual” Western, mostly centering on two women. Sort othe exact opposite of stereotypical John Wayne stoicism.
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 classic Japanese film where every frame looks like a classical painting. From a plot perspective, the weepiest of weepies.
A Hollywood satire decades ahead of its time, but also in my opinion a total mess as an actual movie.
With “Godzilla vs. Kong” trying to lure viewers back to theaters, we re-visit the giant lizard monster’s first on-screen appearance.
Jimmy Stewart becomes obsessed with watching his neighbors live their lives through his window, and maybe we do too.
Great Irving Berlin songs, great performances, and a plot you shouldn’t think about too hard.
Akira Kurosawa invented many of the tropes of the modern action movie in this great Japanese epic.
On the Waterfront is known for Marlon Brando’s revolutionary performance, but does it still work out of its very specific context?