In honor of Stephen Sondheim, here is one of his earlier works, about the seminal insane stage mom and her daughter who ends up as the most famous stripper of all time.
A 22-minute short film directed by a poet about a leper colony in Iran, which is somehow one of those works of art that might mean basically anything or everything.
With the 25th James Bond movie releasing today, we revisit the very first, which is much slower but does find the character himself fully formed.
The earliest big international hit of the great Agnés Varda follows a female singer on a nearly-real-time journey through the Left Bank of Paris as she waits on the results of a cancer test, but it’s actually about a lot of other things.
A vast conspiracy is set to bring down the government, and only Frank Sinatra can stop it.
Maybe the most epic epic ever made, about a weird guy in the desert.