As the awards season prepares to wind down, Short Ends and Leader sizes up those not in Academy competition with our annual preferential picks.
Clint Eastwood's look at Chris Kyle's legacy as American's deadliest marksman claimed its first Awards Season victim: the other war story.
Marishka had a little lamb, and everywhere that Ivan went Marishka seemed to go. This week's Double Take tries to untangle Sergei Parajanov's Soviet masterpiece of color, culture, and calamity.
This movie, which mines the dated territory of professor/student relationships, trivializes education while looking swank.
This Alain Robbe-Grillet film can get under the skin of anyone susceptible to its languid spell.
Double Take looks back at a film that celebrated its 25th anniversary during another summer of strikingly similar violence.
This Delmer Daves-helmed Western is a middling picture with a relatively progressive veneer for its time.
Even though this Valley of Death tips its hat to the classic spaghetti western Sartana character, he is nowhere to be found in the film. Based on how bad this is, that's probably for the best.
Love might mean never having to say you're sorry, but for the ten unusual couples here, it also means not being "normal", either.
Double Take turns its attention to François Truffaut's classic coming-of-age tale The 400 Blows, whose cinematic progeny includes the much-acclaimed Boyhood.