Posts Tagged ‘Sam Watermeier’
This criminally underrated film is the kind of thriller Hitchcock would have made if he were around in the '90s.
Indiana-bred filmmaker Ronald Short walks the path of Richard Linklater with his freewheeling road trip comedy.
Sam Mendes' debut film stuns with its thrillingly cinematic depiction of suburbia.
Steven Spielberg's new film beats strongly with the heart of Old Hollywood, but it lacks the contemporary grit of his best historical reflections.
Like great political thrillers of the '70s, "Munich" is equipped with a moral agenda, but it also thrills.
This week, Sam discusses Spielberg's breeziest films — and two of his best.
In this first entry of his new weekly column, Sam explores Steven Spielberg's darker spectacles.
As dense and twisty as its soap opera source material, this latter Burton effort blithely juggles droll humor and tragic romance.
This week, Tim Burton tumbles down the rabbit hole, delivering a surprisingly personal commentary along the way.
This adaptation of the 1979 stage musical is easily Burton's grimmest work.
Tim Burton returns to the world of hand-crafted wonder for this delightfully whimsical fairy tale romance.
A backwards step from "Big Fish," this film features one of the few Burton worlds to which you'll want to remain an outsider.
Tim Burton's most personal and poignant film since "Edward Scissorhands," "Big Fish" is a seamless fusion of magic and reality.