If you didn’t already know it by now, Short Ends and Leader is one year old this week. So in celebration of such a
He hadn’t made a theatrical motion picture since 1982’s Fanny and Alexander, vowing to retire after completing the highly autobiographical project. He spent his
It’s unfathomable, how it continues to happen. Armchair pundits are ecstatic that it does, as are various members of the media’s comedic circus.
As part of a new feature here at SE&L, we will be looking at the classic exploitation films of the ‘40s - ‘70s.
Sunshine is a film about sacrifice. It’s a movie that asks the big questions and waits for the inevitable answer. It’s the kind
Don Cheadle’s time has finally arrived. While this may seem a bit contradictory, considering the number of years he has been producing good work,
In auteur/artist Werner Herzog’s world, there are only two major conflicts – man vs. nature, and man vs. his own nature. Such a philosophy
With August right around the corner, summer seems to be winding down the way it began – not with a solid cinematic scream, but a minor
You’re gonna hear a lot of talk in the next few days about The Simpsons Movie - and not all of it will focus
When one thinks of martial arts, and specifically movies centering around the ancient skill set, the graceful and powerful moves of the actors remain primary