Articles by Dennis Harvey
Passion burns bright in SENSO and ORPHEUS.
A HARD DAY’S NIGHT’s lighter-than-air jauntiness makes 1964’s other big-screen entertainments look as cumbersome as military tanks next to a pogo stick.
With so little Hollywood product catering to (or featuring) women in lead roles, the Academy’s Best Actress nominees leave plenty of room to roam.
A Valentine’s Day look at off-grid attractions.
Anything but a standard boobs- and fangs-bearing vampire flick, GANJA AND HESS is digressive, experimental, ambiguous, poetical, educated and fascinating.
Dupieux’s movies affirm that the medium is still a place that can accommodate pranksters, dreamers and weirdos.
Never grow old: LITTLE FEET is an imaginative hybrid of playtime and professional moviemaking that charms.
Independents, global currents and the eternal fountain of youth.
Talkies, from silliness to cynicism to supersizing.