The end of the story is rife with visual delights, as a treat for audiences of every age.
Articles by Blake Goble
Walter Hill’s cult classic endures as both an efficient action movie and a relic of a bygone era.
Joe Cornish’s family-friendly take on the Arthurian legend has plenty of charm to go around.
Margaret Qualley and Anthony Mackie co-star in this minimalist, forgettable sci-fi flick.
Robert Zemeckis adds waves of digital gloss to a painful, highly unconventional true story.
The actor/director takes one more long ride in this meditative character study.
This violent, grimly shot take on the Jungle Book story struggles to find new things to say with the story.
This intermittently charming road movie struggles with the very nature of its own story.
The experimental music icon and the silver screen have been a perfect pairing.
The artistic style of the band’s whimsical animated outing defined a generation.
David Mackenzie’s violent tale of Robert the Bruce is heavy on effective gore but light on real gravitas.
This companion doc to The Other Side of the Wind provides a window into Welles’ failed farewell project.