Terrence Malick attempts to liven up this hackneyed soap/rock opera with his signature swooping camera moves and stunning cinematography.
Film Review: “Jackie” — A Study of Heroism in the White House
Jackie suggests that, whatever the White House may see in the future, her magic will still be felt in its opulent halls.
Film Commentary: This Year’s Venice International Film Festival — From a Judge’s Perch
Who can complain of ten days on the Lido, by the Adriatic Sea?
Film Review: “A Tale of Love and Darkness” — A Haunting View of 1940s Israel
Natalie Portman turned Israeli author Amos Oz’s extraordinary memoir of 1940s Jerusalem into a superb film,
Movie Review: Swanday Bloody Swanday
Black Swan isn’t about surpassing ordinary limits. It’s a film about a masochist seen through the eyes of a sadist. The film could be a textbook demonstration of what academics refer to as the male gaze—with a pretty young thing poked and dismembered under a misogynist lens. By Debra Cash Darren Aronofsky has said that […]