The pliable phrase has undergone a fascinating transformation over the past four decades.
Two long-unfinished projects, Orson Welles’s “The Other Side of the Wind” and Sandi Tan’s “Shirkers,” are now streaming on Netflix; those pictures, an earlier version of “A Star Is Born” and other butchered classics make for fascinating stories of cinematic archaeology.
In advance of “Avengers: Infinity War,” superfans come together for an epic shared experience in a Times Square multiplex.
Why the ‘Prayer Before Dawn’ actor went through hell and back to portray a real-life English ex-pat fighting for his life in a Bangkok jailhouse
“You try to have an orgasm at my age? It’s seven hours! It’s gonna hurt, to your teeth!”
Over 40 years after production stopped, audiences can finally partake of Welles’s parting shot — a strangely appropriate coda to a career in which his genius was continually compromised by troubled productions and studio battles.
'Shaft' was among the first major motion pictures to feature a black man of sexual potency—with the phallic overtones embedded right in his surname, and thus in the film’s title.
'All the President’s Men' Took Katharine Graham Out of the Washington Post’s History. 'The Post' Puts Her Back In.
'The Post' ends with an homage to 'ATPM' that is the newspaper-movie equivalent of a Marvel post-credits crossover scene. But the dialogue between the films surpasses just explicit echoes.
“If Beale Street Could Talk” is a movie about the struggle not to succumb to despair — to find those moments in this life that let you float above it all.
It is a densely plotted, serialized show that rewards close and comprehensive viewing, but if you don’t have time to watch all 84 episodes on Hulu, these 10 will give you the general idea.