Toback and Alec Baldwin talk art and money with the likes of Scorsese, Bertolucci, and Polanski.
“Caustic, surreal, creepy, and blackly funny.”
As if Dardennes were asked “to make a cinematic cocktail using equal parts of ‘Summer With Monica’ and ‘Silkwood.’”
On films that refuse to conform and never cease to surprise.
“The Coens have again taken a real time and place and freely made it their own.” Updated through 5/19.
Alejandro Jodorowsky’s first feature in 23 years is “an unexpectedly touching and personal work.” Updated through 5/19.
For some, it “has the overall depth and tenor of a Lifetime movie.” Others are moved to tears. Updated through 5/19.
The trades love it. Everyone else (so far), not so much. Updated through 5/19.
“Almost feels like an extended trailer for an entire season of a French working-class daytime drama.”
A “mesmerizingly odd mix of queer-culture ethnography and Hitchcockian thriller.” Updated through 5/19.
“Where ‘The Arbor’ retained a certain televisual quality to its construction, ‘The Selfish Giant’ is boldly, broodingly cinematic.” Updated through 5/18.
“An absorbing, fascinating if slightly contrived movie, a loss-of-love-triangle.” Updated through 5/19.