Inside Llewyn Davis
A journey back to Greenwich Village’s folk heyday with the freeflowin’ brothers Coen.
FrozenTwo princesses, a wonderfully daft snowman, a loyal and adventurous reindeer—and yet, something’s missing …
Do You Have Total Recall? Also, Do You Have a Smaller Box of Whoppers?The miseries and pleasures of Blockbuster Video.
Dallas Buyers ClubAs a randy homophobe who becomes an AIDS activist, Matthew McConaughey is brilliant.
The CounselorBrad Pitt and Cameron Diaz philosophize about death in the friscalating dusk light of Cormac McCarthy’s new film.
Burton and TaylorDominic West and Helena Bonham Carter star as the poster children for how fame warps stars.
The films of Dan SallittIntimate domestic dramas about incest, nymphomaniacs, and really bad honeymoons.
Is the Man Who Is Tall Happy?Noam Chomsky talks, Michel Gondry doodles, and somehow it makes for a captivating movie.
NebraskaBruce Dern offers a magnificent, nearly mute performance as a King Lear of the Great Plains.
Blue Is the Warmest ColorIt’s not about the sex scenes. It’s about the intensely intimate love scenes.
BastardsThe emotional weather is chilly, and the sex scenes torrid, in Claire Denis’ neo-noir thriller.