Want to watch a movie at home? Here are a few films on DVD that are worth your time.
Flirting, or: The Painful Awkwardness of Youth.
(500) Days of Summer, alas, is not a movie about perpetual vacation. What it is instead, however, is hardly any less pleasant. Continue reading
Three-hour movies almost always come in two extremes: the dry exegesis that has you staring at your watch or the illuminating immersion that leaves you grateful you came. Yi Yi, the most well-known film from Taiwanese director Edward Yang, doesn’t just fall in the latter category; it actively redefines it. Continue reading