Posts Tagged ‘New York’
Though far from flawless as a comedy, Martin Scorsese’s use of the form as catharsis to shake off his setbacks makes "After Hours" its own sort of masterpiece.
A well-made movie that could have been better, in which the quiet, talkie parts are more interesting than the mayhem.
Wheezing, limping and lumbering all night much more than it runs, Liam Neeson's most arthritic action movie to date isn't one with a number wedged in its title.
More like a journey than just a joy-buzzer jolt of action, "Léon" is the movie people mean whey they rave about "The Professional."
A breezy, intimate film about two young people about to marry, "Ice Saints" isn't profound, but it's revealing in more ways than one.
Despite episodic fits and starts of nostalgic glee, "The Shadow" is a temperamental trinket without the temerity to truly explore its hero's dark side.
Few Coen Brothers films spike the vein of pure pleasure so easily — an irresistible romance, unpredictably riotous comedy & heartfelt hosanna to the common man.
If a trick really is something a whore does for money, "Now You See Me" is a cut-above illusion that plays fanciful, fast and loose, but more or less fair.
Nick's monthly look at films celebrating major anniversaries in 2013 begins with Robert De Niro's directorial debut — an emotionally complex coming-of-age tale.
The first season of "Suburgatory" comes to DVD comes packed with laughs and special features that will keep you laughing long after the show ends.
Director Christopher Nolan changed the landscape of superhero movies forever with "Batman Begins" — delving into superhero psychology.
Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis play two friends that realize the hard way that sex without love is like peanut butter without jelly.
This fantastic movie shows the art of fashion through the eyes of the perfect documentary subject.