Forty-seven years after its first day of filming, Orson Welles' The Other Side of the Wind hits theaters and Netflix on Nov. 2. While critics will pant with curious glee, it's hard to imagine the average Joe Schmo lasting more than 10...
2 years ago | Film and TV
Despite being built based on Welles’s notes and the input of people who were in front of and behind the camera on set, this The Other Side of the Wind has a haphazard “well, he shot it, so we better include it” vibe
3 years ago | Film and TV
Acrimony establishes that Robert is a cheating, lowdown dog and that Melinda has anger management problems that make the Hulk seem docile
Agnieszka Smoczynska's The Lure is a cautionary tale of sisterhood, sexuality and the sometimes self-destructive things people do for love. It's also a diabolically wicked Polish-language musical about two beautiful mermaids who climb...
4 years ago | Film and TV
Agnieszka Smoczynska's The Lure is a cautionary tale of sisterhood, sexuality, and the sometimes self-destructive things people do for love. The film, which won the award for best debut at the Gdynia Film Festival, is also a diabolically wicked Po...
Like Ava DuVernay's 13th, Raoul Peck's I Am Not Your Negro travels a straight, well-researched path from the darkest tragedies of American history to the ones that plague the country today. Both films filter African-American life...