Wim Wenders’ 1999 film serves as more than a simple companion to the album.
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Uproarious, irreverent and kinetic—all while remaining faithful to the source material.
At its most painful, Short Cuts asks a lot of its audience.
Andy Milligan accomplished in the seedy underbelly of cinema a unique vision that would be…
Bill Paxton often found himself attached to stories brimming with menace.
It’s refreshing, for once, to see sex treated with maturity and honesty
Like all the greatest film noir, time can’t erode this fucker.
Hedwig is the rare instance of a film adaptation that works better than an earlier…
A bizarre and tense parable that explores identity, gender roles, masculine doubt and the dehumanizing…
Nihilistic retreat from the bad won’t change anything or help anyone.