But does that matter to audiences?
Christopher Nolan’s sci-fi epic has a few things in common with 2001: A Space Odyssey, you say? Let’s put it to the test.
On how my grandmother acted in the Yiddish-language musical Kol Nidre
On watching the Uruguayan drug comedy High Five while the rest of the world was at work
Thoughts on Frederick Wiseman’s latest documentary, National Gallery, and the fleeting nature of all art
Free Fall and Gone Girl: New adventures in hi-def
Why have I seen Diary of a Shinjuku Thief so many times if I don’t like the film very much?
Do people with mental illnesses want to see movies about people like themselves?
The cancelation of a screening in the Drake Hotel ballroom inspires memories of similar film events.
Observations in and around the north-side multiplex, which recently installed recliners in some of its theaters
A short lament for the vanishing convention of curtains in front of movie screens
Daniels’s exuberance and weird integrity could have benefitted a good number of recent movies.
I had great fun working at a theater that was going out of business, no matter how gross it could be at times.
Considering how the games we play as children influence our tastes in entertainment as adults
Personal reflections on the current state of effects-driven productions