Scott Pilgrim Vs the World seems like a guide to overcome the evil exes of your partner, but it is actually a guide to reevaluate your relationship with the world.
Godzilla has had a rocky history in cinema: what began as an analogy of nuclear warfare has become extremely self-referential. Even though the 2014 American reimagining almost got it right, its sequels have completely dropped the ball.
Tenet has proven to be Nolan’s most divisive film — but perhaps it’s just ahead of its time?
Soul, Pixar’s move about a jazz musician who suddenly dies, is a potent reminder that life is more than just finding our purpose in life.
How could a movie franchise with such an outrageous body count be anything but a glorification of violence? John Wick proves that style can redefine a movie’s substance in all the right ways.
For all its drawbacks, 2020 might have brought some light to the otherwise darker corners of cinema.
Woody Allen is one of the best film makers of the twentieth century, but he is also a controversial figure. What happens when the artist and his art cannot be separated?
Let’s face it, Tenet sucks, but at least it is a bold experiment.
Drawing from completely different art forms, director Roy Andersson’s gallery of moving images defies cinematic categorization.
Filmmakers have been exploring the teenage experience for decades. But one of the most compelling, intensely emotional depictions of teenage doubt took place in a movie you almost certainly haven’t heard of.