Celebrating the 60th anniversary of Louis Malle's masterpiece of suspense and style.
How the Golden Age classic bears remarkable similarity to a forgotten film about child refugees.
American cinema's showman brought the circus to the movies 66 years ago.
The five-minute-long, single-take Dunkirk scene in Joe Wright's Atonement is a potent anti-war tableau and a masterclass in the logistics of filmmaking.
In a time of war and political turmoil, 'Cool Hand Luke' found lasting defiance in Hollywood's most charming man.
On the 61st anniversary of its premiere, we look George Steven's epic as large as the Benedict ranch and the complicated genre it inhabits.
The authenticity in Louis Malle's autobiographical Au Revoir Les Enfants is incredible. We celebrate its 30th anniversary.
Looking back on 'The Darjeeling Limited,' a decade later.
They're gonna fall in love, but Dirty Dancing is so much more.
As it turns 50 this week, the classic film feels more prescient than ever.