And what does a “thoroughly, effectively” anti-war film look like?
Studio Ghibli’s other master releases his first film in 14 years, a retelling of a classic Japanese fairy tale.
The producer wants to give Wong Kar-Wai and Bong Joon-ho’s latest films his infamous treatment.
Lovely, classy, simple, quirky, whimsical… A perfect match for Anderson’s inimitable style.
Vanity Fair reflects on the making of Pulp Fiction and I reflect on the spiritual experience of watching it.
He left an indelible mark on martial arts and blaxploitation cinema.
So far, the reviews coming out of Sundance have been exactly what I expecting/hoping.
I was never not entertained. And I mean that in both a positive and negative way.
David Silverman says the film highlights “the negative impact that religion has on grief.”
As long the Condorman remake keeps the Condorcar chase scene, I’m cool with this.