Posts Tagged ‘Werner Herzog’
Roger Ebert's life had all the ingredients for a great movie. And "Life Itself" is that movie.
Film critic Roger Ebert's life had all the ingredients for a great movie. And "Life Itself" is that movie.
Guest contributor Austin Lugar takes a look at the 15 documentaries shortlisted for an Oscar nomination, and which five will most likely fill out the roster.
Exactly the sort of well-paced, whip-smart thriller everyone bemoans a lack of but rarely pays to see, Tom Cruise's "Jack Reacher" gets a second shot on Blu-ray.
A trashy action movie with A-list stars and production values, "Jack Reacher" ain't any great shakes. But for what it is, it does it effectively.
A master of the art of documentary, Werner Herzog outdoes himself once again with this cerebral look at murder from the convicts' perspective and the state's.
Werner Herzog's new documentary argues that nobody should be executed — even someone involved in a triple murder.
"Rescue Dawn" — an engrossing, but untraditionally somber, POW-escape film — continues Nick Rogers' daily look back at the 365 best films of 2000-2009.
Werner Herzog's hallucinatory film about a Spanish expedition in search of gold remains a mesmerizing tone poem.