The 100 Essential Directors Part 1
Chantal Akerman - Bernardo Bertolucci
by PopMatters Staff
1 August 2011
While exposing the fragments and fault lines of memories, I Called Him Morgan tells the stories of H...
Despite an appealing cast, Robert Zemeckis' WWII romance relies too heavily on its influences and to...
Terrence Malick retreads familiar motifs and themes in yet another nebulous navel-gazer....
With layered character development to accompany his typically arresting visuals, auteur Terrence Mal...
Chamber of Horrors, A Game of Death and Invisible Ghost bring '40s black and white thrillers to Blu-...
Hirokazu Kore-eda’s latest domestic drama, this one about a spiraling writer and the family he’s...
Maureen's (Kristen Stewart) ongoing dance with the camera seduces you, because it is, after all, a d...
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