After the Sept. 4 death of comedy powerhouse Joan Rivers at age 81, this movie has again jumped to the top of the “Popular on Netflix” queue, and with good reason.
The feature-length directorial debut of acclaimed actor William H. Macy is as pivotal to the Oklahoma arts scene as any work in decades.
Few works — literary or cinematic — effectively merge romanticized war with the assumed misanthropy of a grotesque battlefield.
Directed by Grohl, Sound City is a documentary about possibly one of the most beloved and important recording studios in music history.
Given its conceptual brilliance, Gone Girl would have been difficult for any director to spoil. Yet no one was better suited to helm Gillian Flynn’s 2012 bestselling novel than David Fincher.
With her breakthrough documentary, Mitra Farahani paints her portrait with a virtuoso’s precision — not an easy task given the complexity of her subject.
As evidenced by Maggie and Milo in the dramedy The Skeleton Twins, what binds family can look an awful lot like the shackles of self-destruction.
The Home Depots and Lowes of the world can be mighty intimidating for those of us whose idea of home improvement means hiring a professional.
32-year-old Newcastle native Mickey Reece has been astonishingly proliferative since he began directing in 2008, tackling a litany of genres with his stock company of actors.
Aside from Orson Welles and Jean Rollin, no filmmaker cut such a strong visual image right out of the gate like David Lynch.