The 1993 comedy classic teaches us how to live with ourselves, over and over and over again.
Dry genre comedy yields way to stark meta-commentary.
Jim Jarmusch’s undead nightmare has attracted an eclectic mix of names, and they appear to be having a great time.
The idiosyncratic director always stretches obvious talent to their limits.
Plus Selena Gomez, Daniel Craig, Rosie Perez, and Chloë Sevigny as either the undead or their victims.
How do you get to Carnegie Hall? Practice! But, how do you stay a success? Let's ask Dr. Leo Marvin!
In search of male desire in a twee world.Here’s a thesis: with the singular exception of his animated adventure story, Fantastic Mr. Fox, the movies of Wes Anderson are fundamentally about nice, fiery…
Bill Murray is the closest thing to god that I believe in.Okay, maybe that’s a bit hyperbolic and heavy-handed, but at every phase of my life, for better or worse, I’ve wanted to be some version of Bi…
In tribute to the actor’s most underrated decade.Few acting careers are as interesting as Bill Murray’s. Not just in the body of work but the progression of movie roles. It’s not that Murray’s filmogr…
With Disney's Jungle Book remake a huge hit and a sequel already in the works, fans wonder if a TaleSpin movie could happen. We wonder if one should.