What a 25-Year-Old Taiwanese Film Can Teach Us About the Immigration Debate
The Remarkable 35-Year Collaboration of Wallace Shawn and André Gregory on Film
How The Big Chill Invented the Quarter-Life Crisis Movie
Do the Characters in Frances Ha Know They’re in a Black-and-White Movie?
Directors of Violent Films Could Learn a Lot From Terrence Malick
The Most Overlooked Film in Krzysztof Kieslowski’s Three Colors Trilogy Is Actually the Best
The Complete Blue Velvet: Rewatching Lynch’s Masterpiece With Long-Thought-Lost Scenes
Orson Welles' The Magnificent Ambersons finally comes to DVD.
Citizen Kane on Blu-ray. Buy it. Now.
Kelly Reichardt: The Meek's Crossing director deserves to be considered among the best American filmmakers.
Detroit Robocop statue: Why Paul Verhoven’s tragic hero is the right symbol for the Motor City.
Criterion's Broadcast News DVD: How the film foresaw a crisis in journalism—and in rom-coms. (Video)
Night Catches Us: A criminally overlooked film about the legacy of the Black Power movement.
Charles Laughton’s The Night of the Hunter, revisited.
How Back to the Future made incest fun for the whole family.
Revisiting The Black Cauldron, the movie that almost killed Disney animation.
The film career of David Bowie.
A new DVD of The Thin Red Line suggests Terrence Malick is as much a mystery to his actors and crew as he is to us.
Gordon Gekko was supposed to be a villain. Instead, he became a Wall Street folk hero.
The prescient cultural criticism of Max Headroom.