Somewhere between a social satire and sketch comedy resides this weird late-80s time capsule that I thought was funny but not necessarily notable.
Our Forgotten Best Pictures Film Festival closes with an interesting epic about the final emperor of China, who lived a fascinating life despite lacking any personal agency whatsoever.
John Huston’s final film adapts a short story by James Joyce about a party in 1904 Dublin.
There are very few perfect movies in the world. This is one of them.
A live action cartoon from the Coen Brothers about Nicolas Cage kidnapping babies, but for love. A personal favorite.
A road comedy that feels somehow revolutionary in its plea for empathy, while also having some big laughs.