The 1944 film noir is a movie with a distinctly pessimistic view of humanity that is photographed with an aching, shadowy beauty.
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.
The most important film of the past 30 years is to be shown April 8 at the Old National Centre. Don't miss it!
The Howard Stern biopic expertly straggles hagiography and hogwash while hinting at why the controversial media titan remains fascinating.
An execrable piece of British horror most notable for the total lack of scares and utter impenetrability of its plot.
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.