Articles in Culture and Criticism
The last scene in Happy Christmas — technically not a scene — is its best, and most frustrating.
I really wanted to like Gone Girl, and I thought I might reaaaaally hate it, because I gave up on the book 15 pages in.
Nothing beats grudgingly watching one of the "Why's this on here?"s in the ol' Netflix queue and having an unexpectedly good time.
I watched Boyhood a couple of weeks ago, and I've been trying to find a way into my write-up ever since.
"But it's still a true crime story bloated into looking significant," David Edelstein sighs of Foxcatcher in his review, and I concur with the "bloated into looking significant" part while having to take issue with …
My father observed years ago that the best you can hope for from the government is a C-plus, an idea I've come back to many times.
Patrick V. Brown's combination film and testimony, In A Town This Size, is shot short and plain.
Video Games: The Movie doesn't pretend it isn't enthusiastic about and spirited in defense of its titular medium, and it's quite effective at shilling for video games; I renewed my GameFly subscription shortly after watching …
Coming in January: cinemasochism redux!
The docu classic got jobbed by Oscar 20 years ago. Will it get a PFM Couch Of Fame cushion?