Forty-six years and more than two dozen films ago, British filmmaking legend Ridley Scott made his feature debut with The Duellists, a thrifty but gorgeous account of a violent rivalry between two officers in Napoleon Bonaparte’s army. To their credit, his dueling American leads, the Brooklyn-reared Harvey Keitel and the Northern Californian Keith Carradine, made…
Todd Haynes’ May December confronts our obsession with true crime, neat endings, and lurid headlines that become fodder for late night TV.
Perhaps better suited for today’s audiences, Joe Dante’s oft-overlooked 1989 film starring Tom Hanks makes monsters of men.
Sorry/Not Sorry, showing this weekend at Double Exposure, focuses on the women C.K. violated, and comedy’s inability to hold him accountable.
Nobody is safe from the unnamed, unseen evil that wreaks havoc on a rural Argentine town in this buzzy new horror film.