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.
This sumptuous romantic fantasy gets a lot of flak for its length. But the measured pace feels fitting for a film about how every minute matters.
The illnesses of idolatry and obsessive fixation have never been stripped down and shown so skillfully on film.
Hardly a lark, “Raising Arizona” is a story of loneliness, love, legacy and regret while remaining the Coens' most poignant, humane and hilarious work yet.
An admirable epic, but its attempt to feel like an old classic clashes with the more contemporary grit at the dark heart of the story.
This wild, hallucinatory drug-trip of a movie features the Monkees trashing their clean-cut image.