A manic Jack Black plays a narcissistic rock god wannabe who inspired a bunch of elementary school kids to rock out in the comedy directed by Richard Linklater.
Incoherent, absurd, confused, and strangely fascinating, this bizarre adventure is Grimm fairy tale, Gothic thriller, twisted film noir, wacked-out madhouse melodrama, modern video game, and cheesecake spectacle directed with pulp and fantasy imagery overkill.
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.
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 third film from director Jeff Nichols is a story of childhood adventure steeped in the rural culture of life on the Mississippi and the mythology of Huckleberry Finn, but this boy’s adventure is also tangled in the world of adults and family bonds.
Brad Pitt makes it look effortless in this a drama about the business of baseball in the era of multi-million dollar payrolls, which It earned six Academy Award nominations.
The Artist (2011) is a valentine to silent movies. You’ve likely heard that before and it’s true, but it’s more than that. A modern movie in a classical mode, shot in glorious black and white without spoken dialogue (but filled with music and sound) and directed with a lively spirit of romance and adventure and […]
Stephenie Meyer’s vampires are not your parents’ vampires. They walk around in daylight. They sparkle like diamonds in the sunlight. And they love baseball. Meyer’s young love vampire series of novels became a veritable pop phenomenon among teen girls (and their mothers) and the very faithful screen adaptation was an unqualified hit with the fans. […]