Christopher Schiller examines the complexities of Sebastian Lelio's film, A Fantastic Woman.
The film The Shape of Water (2017) is the realization of a fairy tale idea filmmaker Guillermo del Toro has been imagining since he was a young boy. Christopher Schiller shares his insights.
By the looks of the trailer, Atomic Blonde promises an action-packed experience to its audience. But does this spy action thriller now in theaters live up to its promise? Sammy Montana dig in.
Chris Nolan's new film, Dunkirk, uses non-linear storytelling, in both space and time, to immerse the audience deeply into a large, complex event.
Beatriz at Dinner (written by Mike White, directed by Miguel Arteta) has all the elements that make for a scintillating evening -- until it doesn't. Paul Joseph Gulino shares tips on how to deliver what your audience wants.
Ray Morton explains what's wrong with 'Batman v Superman.' If you’re going to write a great movie, you need to be brave and choose subject matter you're passionate about.
Miranda Sajdak continues this year’s post-Oscar Snarkitude, pulling out the big guns and taking on a film that just dies for snark: Spotlight.
In Miranda Sajdak's Snark a Film column, she will be taking movies of all sorts - some she loves, some she likes, some she vehemently dislikes - and tossing a big old flaming bag o’ snark at their lovely/delightful/stinky feet. First up, 'Brooklyn.'
Brad Johnson reviews of the new Adam McKay film, 'The Big Short.'