By Anna Swanson
The masterful big-screen adaptation has a polarizing and distinct mid-2000s look to it, but that’s all part of what makes it great.
By Luke Hicks
Kogonada and Joanna Hogg prove themselves masters of capturing the natural world in step with the narrative.
The 1971 masterpiece explores the complicated history of German cinema.
From “Down With The Sickness” to “Zombie,” Snyder is the king of not-so-subtle musical cues.
We look back at the ending of the iconic TV series and consider two ways of looking at Don Draper’s final epiphany.
Are machines really capable of feeling emotion? And what is love, really, anyway?
No one world-builds quite like Wong Kar Wai.
By Hans Qu
From ancient China to the modern cinema, the new Netflix animated feature has centuries of storytelling tradition in its bones.
As ‘Raiders of the Lost Ark’ turns 40, Charlie Brigden explores how composer John Williams gave Indiana Jones his groove.