Forget the Remake and the Reboot. Are We Entering the Age of the Cinematic Redo?

After a years-long social media campaign by devoted DC Universe fanboys to #ReleaseTheSnyderCut, director Zack Snyder’s version of 2017’s “Justice League” has finally arrived.
read more

SBIFF 2021: On Opening Night, “Invisible Valley” Treads Familiar Ground in Unfamiliar Territory

The film follows the lives of those in the Coachella Valley over the course of four seasons, from the farmworkers toiling in the fields to the revelers at the music festival.
read more

In Review: Chloé Zhao’s Quiet, Contemplative “Nomadland” Has a Different Vision for the American Dream

To save us from this reality comes Chloé Zhao’s “Nomadland,” a tale of freedom, empathy and hope — and one that might just be one of this year’s best films. 
read more

The Six Best Films from Sundance Film Festival 2021

The (virtual) 2021 Sundance Film Festival showcased the immense talent and uncompromising vision of some of the best independent filmmakers working today.
read more

In Review: Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet” Offers Far Greater Frustration Than Spectacle

“Tenet'' is not a good film but a collection of interesting ideas let down by the muddled, disjointed nature of its writing.
read more