As films go, The Tree of Life is a huge thing — a movie by a man with the audacity to take as his apparent subject all of human existence.
Like the director's previous Antichrist, Melancholia probes the nature of depression and the ways it can inspire people to withdraw, lash out, and sabotage their own chances at happiness.
Shot mostly silent, in black and white, and at the Academy ratio, writer-director Michel Hazavanicius’s The Artist is a Frenchman’s tribute to old-school Hollywood filmmaking.
The third feature film by the brothers Howard and Jon Ford is an unabashed throwback -- fan service for horror buffs who long for the glory days of George Romero zombies.
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