Innovative and intellectually satisfying without sacrificing the emotional resonance of its central love story, Cary Fukunaga’s may be the definitive adaptation of Charlotte Brontë’s classic novel.
Nick Offerman, best known as Ron Fucking Swanson, signs on for the curious forthcoming teen prom-com with the iffy name: Gay Dude.
This tale of a depressive puppeteer may seem wacky and star a noted wacko, but it’s far more nuanced about mental illness than either of these things might suggest.
Sure, it was earth all along, but how did the apes wrest control of the planet? This entertaining film stands alone as a moral fable, steering clear of the campier aspects of the Apes franchise.
We watched this gruelling, three-hour tale of racist degradation so you don’t have to. Saartjie Bartmann’s sad life is important to understand, but this French film mightn’t help.
Eleven years after The Dish, the Working Dog team are working on a new comedy, Any Questions For Ben? But can they recapture that same knockabout Aussie magic?
Marvel’s patriotic comic-book hero might wear the red, white and blue, but this origin story is decidedly beige. Bring on The Avengers!
For our first Pipeline column, we discuss the ultimate “coming soon” event: the Arrested Development movie. But wait, this month both Gob and George Sr have really truly re-confirmed it.
Writer/director Sean Durkin perfectly captures how a young woman’s time in a creepy cult wreaks psychological carnage on her… and her long-lost sister who desperately wants to help.