Mel Gibson is back with a biopic of the World War II hero who never fired a shot.
The new Fury Road places the postapocalyptic hero against an even more richly imagined landscape.
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue.
“Might undoubtedly” is venerable gibberish.
New reviews and notable films in this week’s Chicago Reader.
Reverend Michael Pfleger, pastor of the south side’s Saint Sabina Church, defends Mel Gibson’s Passion of the Christ in Columbia’s Cinema Slapdown
If men have an aversion for organized religion, then why are they flocking to see “Into Great Silence”?
Mel Gibson finds his version of utopia in the Mesoamerican jungle; he also finds lots of blood.
After attracting some vicious posts only marginally about Mariotti, the site gets a Wikipedia entry that’s sure to incite a whole new flame war.