A “deranged and delirious smorgasbord of a movie.”
“It’s hard to imagine many audiences warming to these bourgeois folks.”
A “gentle and sentimental mirror image of ‘La Dolce Vita’ for the present age.”
“The most bigscreen-worthy film that Soderbergh has made since ‘Che’” will, of course, debut on HBO.
It’s “the best of the eight features the mind-bogglingly prolific actor-director-writer had made and is, as such, a big surprise.” Updated through 5/21.
Benjamin Murmelstein “may be Lanzmann’s most garrulous, morally complicated subject to date.” Updated through 5/21.
This “deft, thrilling genre film” is also a crowd-funding success story. Updated through 5/21.
Also: Vinterberg, Dominik, Cantet, and Spike Lee.
“Endeavors to evoke the great character-driven movies of the 1970s, but never quite lives up to its epic scope.”
Toback and Alec Baldwin talk art and money with the likes of Scorsese, Bertolucci, and Polanski. Updated through 5/21.
“Caustic, surreal, creepy, and blackly funny.” Updated through 5/21.
As if Dardennes were asked “to make a cinematic cocktail using equal parts of ‘Summer With Monica’ and ‘Silkwood.’” Updated through 5/20.