Film Critique Archive

Watch: Wim Wenders’ ‘Room 666,’ Featuring Spielberg, Godard, Fassbinder, Herzog, Antonioni & More

Thirty-one years ago today, Rainer Werner Fassbinder died from a cocaine-induced heart attack in his Munich apartment, leaving behind a

Godard Excuses Himself from Cannes with “Letter in Motion” to Gilles Jacob and Thierry Fremaux

More than half a century since Breathless, Godard still enjoys his fair share of devotees despite a descent

Top 10’s on Criterion Collection

Everybody needs a little inspiration. Ever wonder who inspired your inspirations? From Wes Anderson to

DCC042 – We Make Movies (feat. Sam Mestman)

Have you ever tried to get your movie made? You aren’t alone. Sam Mestman

8 Films That Forever Changed Sex As We Know It (NSFW)

Back in the 1950s, it was unusual to see two married adults sleep in

REEL WOMEN: OUR FAVORITE FEMALE-DRIVEN FILMS AND PERFORMANCES OF 2013

It’s that time of the year: time for top 10 lists, time to start

Jason Reitman’s ‘Labor Day’ is 2013′s Most Fascinating Film Failure

Jason Reitman has had a pretty easy go of it so far. The progeny

12 Great 2013 Movies to Stream Over the Holidays

Welcome to Flavorwire’s streaming movie guide, in which we help you sift through the scores

GEENA DAVIS’ TWO EASY STEPS TO MAKE HOLLYWOOD LESS SEXIST (GUEST COLUMN)

The actress and founder of her namesake Institute on Gender in Media cites data

‘Ender’s Game’: The Military’s Sci-Fi Manual

Ender’s Game isn’t just routine Hollywood fare. It’s based on a book with a cult

Fall Movie Preview: The 30 Indies You Must See

Summer is essentially over. Maybe not by the calendar, but certainly when it comes

‘Blue Jasmine’ Joins Long List of Movies and TV Shows Portraying Dentists As Jerks (And Worse)

Films like ‘Marathon Man,’ ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ and ‘Horrible Bosses’ have shown dentists

Intimate Odyssey: Ethan Hawke, Julie Delpy and Richard Linklater Reconnect in ‘Before Midnight’

Edmund Kean, the stage Hamlet, and Edmund Gwenn, the screen Santa, died 126 years

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Masterclass in Why HFR fails, and a reaffirmation of what makes cinema magical

Peter Jackson, a terrifically talented film maker and pioneer of new cinema technology, has

The mega-epic pissing contest

Peter Jackson caused a bit of a stir by announcing that he would shoot

Why Hollywood keeps whitewashing the past

“The Help” is just the latest movie to sugarcoat oppression by painting enlightened white

What You See Is What You Get

IN “The Invisible Gorilla,” a book about what we see and what we think