Gaggle of gagsters miss it by that much.
This time, we take on one of 2012's most moving experiences. While Amour may not inspire the kind of emotional epiphany that similar illness-driven dramas tend to, the results are still riveting.
Recalling the best...and worst, of Sam Raimi's ridiculously fun Evil Dead trequel, Army of Darkness while falling into the traps of most mainstream Hollywood hackwork, Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters belies its bungled release history.
Music may hath charms to soothe the savage breast, but it also makes for some damn fine filmmaker. Here are ten examples of rock as harsh reality... more shocking than reassuring.
In the eighth installment of Michael Apted’s epochal documentary series, his aging participants (one of cinema’s greatest assemblage of living characters) provide not just a telescope into the past but also a kind of primer for how to live, even as the specter of mortality starts to cast its shadow.
Welcome to our weekly field guide to 1950s horror and sci-fi movies and the creatures that inhabit them. This week: the dead walk, among other things, in Zombies of Mora Tau.
As we continue with our look at some year end favorites, we stumble upon Quentin Tarantino's latest... and make no mistake about it, Django Unchained is a joy. It's fun and foolish, unhinged and unapologetic.
Vaudeville cutie cuts capers
Not as good as Tolstoy--ouch!
Director Andres Muschietti has taken his celebrated short and expanded it out over 100 unnecessary minutes. The result screams for editing instead of eliciting shrieks from the audience.