Indie Film Regular Dir. Alex Ross Perry covers a familiar tune in his own style.
“Chappaquiddick” accomplishes nothing, pulls a fast one, and smiles while it does it.
This 2017 Palme d’Or Winner is a highly pleasing, if sometimes burdensome, masterclass in film construction.
Philadelphia Film Festival review: Thoroughbreds
A deep-dive into the work of movie-loving author Steve Erickson.
Jim Jarmusch's 'Paterson' is a uniquely human film.
In honor of the three Jim Jarmusch films playing at the Philadelphia Film Festival, we examine the director's unmistakable sound.
While not a masterpiece, Clint Eastwood's Sully is an incredibly effective piece of cinema.
Stellar acting and a well-crafted script keep 'Complete Unknown' interesting, but there isn't much else to make this changing identity tale effective.
Full of flashy action, catch-phrases, and little else, the newest adaptation of cinema classic Ben-Hur is all circus and no bread.
With the rise of geek culture to the forefront of the pop mainstream, why is anime still shackled with the stigma of being too nerdy?
The director of 'Welcome to the Dollhouse', 'Happiness' and more talks with Cut Print Film about his new film 'Wiener-Dog'.