Posts Tagged ‘Stanley Kubrick’

The Long and Short of It: ‘Barry Lyndon’

A sweeping punch to the gut, this is the kind of film that defines cinema.

Pulp Fiction

The most important film of the past 30 years is to be shown April 8 at the Old National Centre. Don't miss it!

Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb

Stanley Kubrick's "Dr. Strangelove" is perhaps the greatest satirical dark comedy ever made. It ranks as a classic.

2001: A Space Odyssey

“2001: A Space Odyssey” is truly one of the greatest films ever made.

Cinema Blind Spots: A.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001)

Fourteen years ago, Steven Spielberg finished what Stanley Kubrick started before his death. How does "A.I. Artificial Intelligence" hold up today?
Midnight Madness at Landmark Theatres

It’s Time For ‘A Clockwork Orange’ at Midnight Madness

  Landmark Theatres continues its October Midnight Madness schedule with the 1971 Sci-Fi thriller “A Clockwork Orange.” This Stanley Kubrick cult classic and much discussed and debated film is based on the 1962 Alex Burgess novel. The film takes place in the future, in a city where the government severely oppresses its citizens. Extreme violence […]

The Killing: The Criterion Collection

Stanley Kubrick's third feature film gets the full splash from the Criterion Collection in this sumptuous release.

Spartacus (1960)

The 1960 epic about a Roman slave revolt was disavowed by director Stanley Kubrick, but it remains one of his finest films.