Katsuhiro Otomo and three other directors serve up a wild anthology of anime shorts in the wonderful and bizarre collection that is Short Peace.
4/18/2014Read More!
Lacks the nostalgic pulp magazine atmosphere that made its predecessor so much fun, but as a Marvel film it gets the job done.
4/4/2014Read More!
More audacious than volume one, mostly because of von Trier’s willingness to delve into the darker, often unexplored recesses of the mind.
4/4/2014Read More!
In spite of Berry's incredible performance(s), the film cannot escape its controversial subject matter or its melodramatic plot.
4/4/2014Read More!
Competently made and well cast, though it tells a story so rote and predictable that you might as well watch it with a checklist of genre clichés.
4/2/2014Read More!
Like its predecessor, this cross between martial arts and torture porn is an utterly repugnant exercise in everything we should be striving to purge from our psyches.
3/28/2014Read More!
Though unlikely to be appreciated by biblical purists, the film succeeds because the title character is developed beyond preconceived notions.
3/28/2014Read More!
With all the mistakes made by its predecessor corrected, this is the best Muppets film in years.
3/21/2014Read More!
Provocative in ways more complex than the title suggests; the graphic sexuality is not as shocking as what the central character thinks and feels.
3/21/2014Read More!
One of the most addictively puzzling psychological thrillers of recent memory; provides no explanations yet gives plenty to ponder.
3/21/2014Read More!