After recent excursions in Europe, Woody Allen has brought his filmmaking back home, with excellent results.
Another film feast for discerning viewers of progressive cinema has come to an end; here's the round up.
The group that has been consistently maligned since the days of silent star Rudolph Valentino's portrayal of The Sheik in 1921 are the Arabs. They have now become the caricature of the "terrorist."
Sci-fi is such a perfect microscope for examining contemporary problems!
If you have any interest at all in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, "The Gatekeepers" is essential viewing.
If you're tired of hearing about zombies...that's probably too bad. America's most popular monster shows no sign of shambling away quietly.
The follow-up to the abysmal 2009 X-Men Origins: Wolverine, which royally ticked off fans and critics alike, The Wolverine fixed everything that was wrong with the eponymous character's story.
Ryan Coogler gives us Fruitvale Station as a symbolic recapitulation of the Stations of the Cross, recounting the last 30-plus hours of Oscar Grant III's life.
Del Toro is a master of visual design. The monsters and robots are so full of detail they become characters. The scale is truly immersive and the action is spectacular.
Ellen Page is wonderful in "The East." I've never seen her in a movie when she wasn't wonderful.