French Flicks, Iranian Films, and Idris Elba Fighting a Lion
Pretty much every movie you can see in the Twin Cities this week.
‘Emily the Criminal,’ ‘Medusa,’ ‘A Love Song’—Which Should You See First?
Three new movies about girl gangs, credit card fraud, and talking quietly.
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‘Bullet Train’ Is Exactly the Movie It Wants to Be—For Better or Worse
A throwback to the bad Tarantino knock offs of yore that almost succeeds despite itself.
This Review of Jordan Peele’s ‘Nope’ Doesn’t Use the Words ‘Trauma’ or ‘Gaze’ at All
As a reward, I allowed myself one 'hermeneutic' toward the end.
‘Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris’ and ‘Where the Crawdads Sing’ Serve up Very Different Fantasies
Haute couture or swampland murder—which will it be?
Looking Back at ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ 50 Years Later
From the program notes to “So That Happened: The Final Decade of the Marvel Cinematic Universe,” a film series presented in Lagos, Nigeria, July, 2072.
Elvis Has Left the Toilet
Baz Luhrmann’s manic jukebox biopic 'Elvis' restores the King’s dignity—and undeservedly tries to bask in his reflected glory
Capital and Creativity Clash in 3 New Movies
'The Phantom of the Open,' 'Lost Illusions,' and 'Neptune Frost' all imagine rebellion much differently.
Everyone Wants to Poke Viggo Mortensen’s Holes in ‘Crimes of the Future’
David Cronenberg's latest sexes up surgery, evolution, and eating plastic.
Do You Like Scary Movies? How About Iranian Movies?
In Alex Garland's 'Men' and Panah Panahi's 'Hit the Road,' England and Iran slowly reveal their darker sides.