This Jim Jarmusch- and Spike Lee-influenced indie from the early '90s is a nice little comedic discovery.
Occupy Wall Street protesters evicted from their permanent settlements could do a lot worse than visiting (or re-visiting) Anton Chekhov's class-conscious classic.
William Friedkin investigates the counterfeit image of the rogue cop in this intense, unusual thriller.
A really solid first two acts followed by the a disappointing conclusion.
The closest thing to a roller coaster you'll get in your living room.
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen has everything you want in a movie, making it a perfect summer blockbuster.
Spike Lee's masterwork is still plenty relevant today.
An incomprehensible mess of a movie.