Leland Palmer Wasn’t the Only Thing That Killed Twin Peaks
Is Black Swan, Darren Aronofsky’s tawdry thriller, a work of camp?
Jason Reitman’s Up in the Air has nothing to say about America in 2009.
Is Inglourious Basterds director Quentin Tarantino all washed up—or just hitting his stride?
Was Zabriskie Point—Michelangelo Antonioni’s biggest flop—just misunderstood?
After Brüno, Hollywood depictions of gays may never be the same. That's a good thing.
Is Slumdog Millionaire a portrait of the real India or a stylishly shot collection of clichés?
If Gus Van Sant’s Milk had come out earlier, would Prop 8 still have passed?
Dark Knight, Christopher Nolan, and the rise of the choppy fight scene.
David Lynch’s Lost Highway finally arrives on DVD.
How Paul Thomas Anderson sets himself apart from Hollywood’s other wunderkinds.
David Lynch goes digital: Inland Empire on DVD.
The languorous, achingly hip films of Michelangelo Antonioni.