Playful enough to be engaging but caustic enough to pack a punch, “Bad Luck Banging” is worth the ride – if you know what you’re in for.
“Jungle Cruise” arrives at home with tons of featurettes and double-digit deleted scenes.
Review: Hamaguchi’s patient, surprising triptych ‘Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy’ is the film of the year so far
“Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy” delivers three stories in one film, in a way only a director as masterful as Ryūsuke Hamaguchi can.
Josh Martin dives deep into the latest from director Mia Hansen-Løve IFC Films, “Bergman Island.”
If “Cry Macho” is the film that ultimately ends Eastwood’s illustrious career — or even if it’s merely his last screen appearance — it deserves to go down as a satisfying coda.
Review: Ambitious ‘The Green Knight’ adaptation delivers fabulous images, plenty of style, but little else
“The Green Knight” is a rather lengthy, formally rigorous film, where both the employment of slow time and the form are far less effective than they should be.
Disney’s “Jungle Cruise” adventure pulls from the genre’s best, and Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt make the ride worthwhile.
“News of the World” struggles to generate a dramatic spark for much of its running time, but when Hanks takes charge, the pieces fall into place.
Josh Martin is joined by Film Inquiry’s Jesse Nussman to discuss the last of Alfred Hitchcock’s British films, 1938’s “The Lady Vanishes.”
Josh is joined by Emilie Osborne to discuss James Whale’s “The Invisible Man” (1933).
Josh is joined by Jake Lawler to discuss Tod Browning’s “Freaks” (1932).
Join Josh Martin for “Revisiting The Golden Age,” Inside The Film Room’s new podcast examining classic Hollywood.
Check out the Inside The Film Room staff’s favorite movies of 2019!
Each year, a handful of newcomers step into the spotlight and truly blow audiences away. Whether it’s on the big screen, in a Netflix series, or in some cases, maybe even both, these rising stars quickly cement themselves as some of the best in the business.
Even with a truly staggering running time, Scorsese’s epic is fast and funny, often coasting off the joy of watching its all-star ensemble go to work.
Todd Phillips’ “Joker” opened this weekend, and the Inside The Film Room staff is here to give you their rapid reactions to Joaquin Phoenix’s take on the Clown Prince of Crime.