Forever Young: ‘Napoleon Dynamite’ Turns 15

Jared Hess's strange and lovable film remains just as funny 15 years later. Read More

‘(500) Days of Summer’ and 10 Years of Reflection

The indie rom-com made waves at Sundance in 2009, but does it hold up? Read More

The Subversive Horror of ‘The Vanishing’

'The Vanishing' makes both victim and villain of its audience. Read More

Suburban Teen Dream ‘Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist’ Turns 10

Michael Cera being charmingly dorky stands the test of time. Read More

Revisiting the Earthy Children’s Classic ‘The Secret Garden’

With a remake out next year, the time is ripe to revisit this gothic kids' classic. Read More

20 Years Ago, Disney Made the Perfect Rom Com for Kids with ‘The Parent Trap’

The charm of the 1998 remake still dazzles today, but its surprising sophistication is much clearer on its 20th anniversary. Read More

‘The Odd Couple’ 50th Anniversary: We Still Don’t Fail to See the Humor!

Only a dynamic comedy duo like Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau can find the comedy in even the hopeless of… Read More

Michael Bay’s ‘Pain & Gain’ is More Essential Than Ever

As it turns five, we look back at the smarter, more self-aware Michael Bay film that history may ultimately view… Read More

Kundun: Scorsese’s Buried Masterpiece

Twenty years ago, Martin Scorsese's Kundun, a biopic of the Dalai Lama, was released and then swiftly buried. We dig… Read More

The Riddled Dialogue and Innuendo Comedy of ‘Bringing Up Baby’

On its 80th anniversary, we'll take a look at the literary work at play behind Bringing Up Baby's most famous lines. Read More