"It" is a beautifully old-fashioned horror flick. You'll feel like a kid again as it washes over you. You'll float, too.
A caustic comedy of manners that cuts down the American elite, this film fills the theater with a timely chill.
It stands as a poignant bookend to a hefty cinematic saga — and the film that brought Film Yapper Sam Watermeier into the world.
Yes, it's definitely flawed, but Kevin Costner's epic flop doesn't fail to deliver some goods.
A sweeping punch to the gut, this is the kind of film that defines cinema.
"The Right Stuff" is one of the few films in this series that feels too long. But for a few brief moments, it will leave you wide-eyed with wonder.
Here's this column's first film whose length feels excessive. It's a quietly devastating, intimate love story swallowed up in a stilted political epic.
This sumptuous romantic fantasy gets a lot of flak for its length. But the measured pace feels fitting for a film about how every minute matters.