Aaron Eckhart is the glib, proudly obfuscating tobacco lobbyist in Jason Reitman’s wickedly witty adaptation of Christopher Buckley’s novel. He’s also our hero.
Daniel Craig became the sixth actor to play James Bond in the official series in this tough, lean, faithful adaptation of Ian Fleming’s first novel. It revived the flagging franchise.
The acclaimed drama set in a high school in a small Texas town is not so much a sports drama as a drama about people whose lives were—for better and for worse—defined by sports.
The directorial of Tommy Lee Jones is an odyssey of a contemporary western both rough and poetic, laconic and passionate.
A simple hot becomes a buddy crime odyssey in Johnnie To’s elegant genre exercise reuniting the stars of his gangster classic ‘The Mission.’
Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon, and Jack Nicholson star in Scorsese’s 2006 return to American urban crime cinema, which became the biggest hit of his career and earned him his first Academy Award for Best Director.
Kirsten Dunst is Marie Antoinette (2006) in Sofia Coppola’s portrait of the decadent, indifferent monarchy that toppled in the French Revolution. Marie is a teenage Austrian princess married off to France’s distant young King Louis XVI (Jason Schwartzman) and sent to the alien of the French court. She’s a political naïf dropped into a world […]