Rutger Hauer has passed away at 75.
How can any of us be held responsible for being bad, or given credit for being good, if all we are is conscienceless computer programs easily corrupted by a traumatic childhood?
I read a biography of the great Italian filmmaker Pier Paolo Pasolini that gets into the weeds of political and literary debates so deep as to lose sight of his art.
Sixty-Five Years Later, Godzilla Continues To Be A Symbol For Everything From Humanity’s Sins To A Force Of Nature To Even Box Office Superhero.
On a great contemporary artist, a Bergman classic, and the cruelty and care of depicting others.
DC writers hate him for being a one-note bit that persists over the years, surviving deaths and reboots with a mind and agenda of his own
For me, the sign of a great movie is when I’m both enjoying the current scene and giddy with anticipation for the scene to come.
He gets torn out of a plane and plummets to his death. It’s great.
The Hobbit movies are good movies; they could have been great movies.
Blade Runner is one of my favorite movies. Still, I believe that a movie could absolutely do a better job addressing the way technology can dehumanize us. I believe that because there is at least one movie that does do a better job of it: RoboCop.
Time is passing the Oscars by. And I think more and more people are happy to let it.
There have been many iterations of Batman. The best comes from Batman: The Animated Series
Thank goodness art can be reassessed!
A quick take on the young adult movie from 2017, Swallows and Amazons.
A look back at some of the movies that stood out in 2018
Everything you ever wanted to know about women, you can learn from reading “Twilight”.
Even if your arms aren’t full of parental baggage, Noah Baumbach’s “The Meyerowitz Stories” is a must see.