Where did the style of the new cinema of this decade start? I look for its roots in an eclectic round-up of quirky and groundbreaking films.
Plummer's turns as a ruthless bank robber in "The Silent Partner" and an over-the-hill adventurer in "Up" are the subject's of today's articles.
This article is by Louis of Cinematic Frontier, and is part of the Wes Anderson Blogathon! “This story’s too predictable,” says Mrs. Fox. “Predictable? Really? [...]
A time-shifting island, a lot of chases through the jungle and a loose nuke are part of the bag of tricks Lost throws at us in Season 5.
What happens when you watch 27 hours of video footage of the world's biggest metal festival?
If Wacken Open Air has a theme song, this could be it.
If you walked into the Oval Office for the first time with all of that responsibility, what would be going through your mind?
Two movies about cheesy low-rent amusement parks illuminate similar subjects in remarkably different ways.
Why is language almost invisible in many films? Here are three where it's not--and they're really terrific films!
Since 2009 I've written the equivalent of 7 Bibles worth of drafts of a novel called "The Valley of Forever." It isn't done yet.