1. vulture recommends
    Getting Into the Holiday Spirit? Allow The Silent Partner to Rip It Away.A key entry in the Christmas-crime canon.
  2. ‘talk!’
    My Coffee With Stanley KubrickIn 1964, a professor wrote to Kubrick about Dr. Strangelove’s structural “duplication of sexual intercourse.” He wrote back — and asked to meet.
  3. shit talking
    Quentin Tarantino Shit-Talks MoviesThe filmmaker’s long-promised book on American cinema can be funny, self-indulgent, and just plain ugly.
  4. apologies
    An Apology From the Missing Comma in Don’t Worry DarlingI’ve finally decided to come clean in the hopes that I might allow anyone I’ve inadvertently harmed to begin the process of healing.
  5. mann up
    Michael Mann’s First Novel, a Sequel to Heat, Is a Work of ObsessionOne that occasionally deploys jet-fighter metaphors in sex scenes.
  6. vulture recommends
    In Secret Honor, Philip Baker Hall Plays Nixon As a Wounded AnimalThe late actor doesn’t look much like Tricky Dick, but he channels his post-Watergate desperation.
  7. q&a
    How Apollo 10 1/2 Reanimated Houston’s Lost Memories of the ’60sRichard Linklater and Tommy Pallotta break down the unique hybrid of 2-D, 3-D, and rotoscoping that brought their childhood memories to life.
  8. vulture recommends
    Rat Race Is the Pinnacle of Early-2000s CheeseRemember when a movie could be resolved with a group sing-along to “All Star”?
  9. state of the industry
    After Contracts, Below-the-Line Crew Say the Industry Still Has a Long Way to Go“It’s time for a full reckoning with the way that the industry is made.”
  10. in the heights
    In the Heights Made Its New York City Sets ‘a Great Playground’The movie’s production designer and set decorator tell Vulture about translating the hit musical and all its intricacies to the big screen.