Open Question: Where do you stand on M. Night Shyamalan? This week, I reviewed Knock at the Cabin, the compelling and vexing new film by M. Night Shyamalan, who has been compelling and vexing audiences…
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In adapting Paul G. Tremblay's horror novel about a home invasion with apocalyptic implications, M. Night Shyamalan challenges mainstream audiences. But…
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How a singular Japanese thriller about disconnected serial murders defined the times—and perhaps saw the future.
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If you're still in line, stay in line.
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in 1953, this Biblical epic introduced CinemaScope, a widescreen format that wowed audiences and changed the movies forever. Now it's the answer to a…
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In this week's reviews, Brandon Cronenberg visits the world outside an exclusive resort, with Cronenberg-ian results. And Belgian director Lukas Dhont…
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Nicolas Winding Refn's polarizing genre pastiche was a commercial hit, but it wasn't engineered that way.
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Buster Keaton's mammoth Civil War comedy is unquestionably one of his greatest achievements. But is it our favorite Keaton?
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