Yes, there are some ties.
Shot entirely on an iPhone 7 Plus, the director’s new psychological thriller considers gender politics and the zeitgeist.
Channing Tatum and Adam Driver star as West Virginia brothers in need of a big score in Steven Soderbergh’s latest.
The sequel to Steven Soderbergh’s 2012 sleeper hit invokes the spirit of Depression-era musicals in its breezy artistry.
Three new summer releases indicate that all raunch and no smarts make for a dull film.
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue
Notable films that never made it to screen
Drew Hunt’s favorite films of 2013
The creepy showbiz saga Behind the Candelabra is now available to rent at Redbox.
Noting the marginalization of working life in mainstream U.S. cinema
Christian Bale will perform a rhythmless rat-a-tat on stuff in two separate upcoming releases.
Top five Elmore Leonard adaptations.
Top five Richard Linklater films
How Side Effects and See You Next Tuesday reflect new trends in the movies’ depiction of mental illness.
The top five Steven Soderbergh films