Articles by Chuck Bowen
PLANET OF APES and apocalyptic visions: are American blockbusters now catering to your sense of nihilism, or vice versa?
Summer movie special: on sci-fi blockbusters as the fulfillment of Tom Cruise’s art.
On the rise of the ‘Leonardo DiCaprio’ character.
Jan Švankmajer’s ALICE is a great work of surrealism, shaking child’s play free of safely canned sentiment.
It’s often little touches, or entire self-contained sequences, that keep the chase for good or great movies hopeful and engaging.
Notes on the evolving and closeted humanity of the Coen Brothers.