Articles by Chuck Bowen
Meet FITZCARRALDO’s bleak, brilliant brother: COBRA VERDE.
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.
What we should be talking about when we talk about THE COUNSELOR.
The evolving sensualist empathy of GRAVITY’s guide, Alfonso Cuarón.