On the face of it, a collaboration between Beckett and Buster Keaton sounds like an unlikely alliance of artists.
This film is the cinematic equivalent of a child slamming two plastic toy dinosaurs into one another.
"Dear Motion Picture Academy of Arts and Sciences, you have come under intense criticism for Cloroxing this year's Oscars..."
"Tango" perpetuates that age-old Hollywood tradition of setting stories in the "exotic" Third World.
Fast moving, eye-catching, colorful, deeply affecting, cathartic, and redemptive.
The Progies honor films that stand up for human, worker, and women's rights, gay rights, minority rights, peace, the environment, and against fascism.
On February 29, 1940, Hattie McDaniel became the first African American to win an Academy Award.
What does it mean to be a hero? What can we learn from our heroes? How shall we treat them?
The film shows how love for life and people can drive a person in a country of over a billion to exercise compassion for his fellow humans.
Noam Chomsky's new film is a clear-eyed, easily accessible outline of how and why American idealism has been sabotaged.