Simple, predictable, anodyne dog fare.
Oh, those twisty Brits!
Happiness of the Katakuris is one of Takashi Miike's oddest movies, and that's saying something.
Is love too weak a word to describe how we feel about Annie Hall? Or is it more like a dead shark? Double Take breaks a few eggs to find out.
Two performances from John Barrymore take us from pre-Code camp to prescient political satire.
A field day, and parachute drop, for Ray Milland.
Two silent classics travel from nitrate to VHS to HD Blu-rays, regaining something of their forgotten glory.
Pitfall presents a clammy credibility and a grasp of grown-up behavior; whereas Flaxy Martin is a plot full of unpleasant people in an unpleasant world of big-city corruption.
Double Take has gotten themselves into another fine mess: If one Steve is going to discuss Laurel and Hardy's Sons of the Desert alone, the other Steve is going to do it with him.
In these three '30s-era films we see the wise-cracking reporter role subverted, the stereotyped melodrama played out, and a sympathetic, Pre-Code eye toward adultery.