While the nominations continue to pile up for Dunkirk, it’s a good time to revisit one of Nolan’s early masterworks.
Ava DuVernay’s Sundance Grand Jury Prize Winner proved its director and lead actor were Oscar-worthy even before Selma brought them mainstream attention.
The Babadook is the most genuinely terrifying thing to come out of movie darkness since Norman Bates first started chattering on about his taxidermy collection.
This vampire movie sucked up virtually every international film award in 2008 by going places more beautiful and unsettling than any mere horror film: The mind of a 12-year-old boy.
Jerry Lewis cut to the bone of what makes a great comic.
Chaplin’s plea for unity was dismissed the first time the world needed to hear it. Let’s not make that mistake again.