Queen of Earth gives us Elena Ferrante’s women trapped in a Lars von Trier film.
Peter Bogdanovich is back—with a little help from his friend Wes Anderson.
South Sudan's Orderly Disorder
August 14, 2015
A new film shows the ravages of bureaucracy in the world's newest country.
The Master of Childish Men Gives Women a Second Chance
August 13, 2015
Mistress America, the latest from Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig, is about women helping each other grow up.
The everyday sexual concerns of a teenage girl have rarely been so honestly depicted in film.
What’s David Foster Wallace Doing in a Bromance Movie?
July 31, 2015
The End of the Tour is mostly about candy and male-bonding.
He was addicted to entertainment but thought it caused “a sort of emptiness.”
Gyllenhaal delivers another exceptional performance in ‘Southpaw’.
The Black Comedy of India's Justice System
July 17, 2015
Court, director Chaitanya Tamhane's debut film, takes on the absurdity of the Indian judicial system.
Amy Schumer's Old-Fashioned Family Values
July 16, 2015
People who go into Trainwreck looking for a subversive truth-teller or feminist role model will be disappointed. Their loss.