When and why good character's die.
A scene breakdown.
A story of three perspectives: his, hers, and the media's.
The best superhero movie ever made, duh, is Brad Bird’s 'The Incredibles.'
It isn’t just the pacing Mann employs that helps build his constant tension, but also the ambiguous structuring of the film by which it’s never entirely certain which character – DeNiro’s McCauley or Pacino’s Hanna – is the protagonist, and which is the antagonist.
Is life a dream? Who knows? But I do know that 7 minutes and 36 seconds isn't nearly enough time to answer that question, so instead I focused on Richard Linklater's answer to that question.
When you talk about movies that have shaped cinema, I think that 'M' by Fritz Lang has to be in the conversation. Although it wasn't the first movie to use sound, it was the first to use it well.
Let's dissect 'Back to the Future.'
How Christopher Nolan frames an intimate family drama in an epic sci-fi context.
Adapting the "unadaptable."
You know what line we're talking about.