Jean-Paul Belmondo plays a charming rogue of a street thug in this cinematic blast across the bow of the French filmmaking and international cinema.
Michael Shannon plays a father devoted to protecting his son, a child with inexplicable powers, from all who want those powers. Jeff Nichols directs this superhero noir thriller.
Think of this USA original series about undercover agents who work out of a beachside manor in Los Angeles ’21 Jump Street’ meets ‘The Real World: Hot Undercover Agents on the L.A. Coast.’
Alfred Hitchcock’s frothiest entertainment delivers glamor and romance with Cary Grant and Grace Kelly on the French Riviera where a cat burglar is stealing the jewels of rich tourists.
BThe giddiest moments of The Iron Giant (1999), a delightful throwback to the classic era of hand-drawn animated movies, deliver the most amazing little boy wish fulfillment fantasies. But there’s much more to Brad Bird’s cartoon fable in science fiction clothing and fairy tale trappings is a delightful throwback to the classic era of hand-drawn animated movies.
The stocky Thai stuntman turned action hero has an impressive physique, a steel snap to his delivery, and a gymnastic prowess to his style, and it’s all on display in this endearingly naïve martial arts adventure.
Future Oscar-winning filmmaker Curtis Hanson first made his reputation with The Bedroom Window (1987), which draws deep from the well of Alfred Hitchcock. Steve Guttenberg plays the everyman hero Terry, a “romantic fool” (in the words of one character) having an affair with the boss’s wife (Isabelle Huppert). She witnesses an assault through his bedroom […]
The most authentically romantic filmmaker of classic Hollywood, Frank Borzage made films where the power of love conquered all, not simply narrative obstacles and stubborn complications but time and space itself. He’s the last filmmaker you would expect to produce a film noir masterpiece yet in Moonrise (1948) he delivers beautifully. Dane Clark is Danny […]
A Most Wanted Man (2014) is the final film completed by Philip Seymour Hoffman before his untimely death in 2014. That alone is reason enough to see the film, adapted from the post 9/11 novel by John le Carré and directed by Anton Corbijn, a music video veteran who becomes more accomplished with each feature. […]