It’s as much fun as you’re going to have in a movie theater this year.
In the final film project by Albert Maysles, the stories of passengers on a train reveal different facets of human experience.
Easily the silliest King Kong movie ever made, but also one of the most gloriously enjoyable.
A smiley-faced Frankenstein’s monster comprised of bits and pieces lifted from every other sports film ever made.
Filmmaker Ira Sachs ("Forty Shades of Blue," "Little Men") talks about the impact of his first feature, “The Delta,” on his life and career, and the lessons he drew from its production.
They've preserved Pilkey's exuberant drawing style as well as his understanding of what sort of humor is guaranteed to make young kids laugh until their sides hurt.
Scout Tafoya's video essay series about maligned masterworks revisits Jonathan Demme's "Beloved."
A nostalgic look back at a vanished era, but also another, better movie.
A remarkable tale of immigrant success, wrapped around a crime story.
This is the third best Alien movie after the first two, but don’t be surprised if repeat viewings kick it up a notch.
Ritchie keeps rushing us along for two hours, as if to make absolutely certain that we never have time to absorb any character or moment, much less revel in the glorious, cheeky ridiculousness of the whole thing.