From one perspective, Widows doesn’t look like a heist film: it seems like more of a prison break, the story of four women breaking free of men.
Matthew Cherry, director of 9 Rides, and Ricky Fosheim, director of Uneasy Lies the Mind, explain how they made feature-length films on a phone.
Childhood of a Leader is a fully realized work on its own, and hopefully, the release of Vox Lux will help draw some much-deserved attention.
“When you see the first rough cut of any episode, you want to go blow your brains out.”
Foster isn’t anonymous or overlooked, necessarily. But Leave No Trace feels like a major moment for him.
“Listening to You Made It Weird is kind of like listening to an interview podcast hosted by a dog, and I mean that in the absolute nicest, best way.”
His performance in Hotel Artemis, while brief, still signals the beginning of what could be a viable second career.
The ending of Paul Schrader’s remarkable new film is a puzzle worthy of the great struggle that comes before it.
Front man Alex Turner paints a compelling portrait of a man so out of time that he ends up on the moon.
After iffy collaborations with porn stars and Nicolas Cage, the writer-director is back with the buzzy First Reformed.
No one expected the Danish punk band to go this far
Kanye’s music is so intertwined with who he is, that it’s distracting to hear it like this.
“I’ve been visiting friends and family in prisons since I was 17 years old, so I have something to say.”
“I have played one-dimensional female characters in male-driven comedies. You’re left floundering trying to create something from nothing.”
“When this gets overlooked, it gives people the license to think they can get away with the next thing.”
Both Jones and the streaming service could use a home-run film right now.
Including The Tale, Assassination Nation, and Lizzie.
What The Last Jedi’s box-office performance might really be in need of is a little context.
He seems to have had the best coming-out year that (almost) nobody noticed. Here’s how his breakthrough happened.
“Star Wars will do very nicely for those lucky enough to be children or unlucky enough never to have grown up.”