When actress Candy Clark talks about co-starring with David Bowie in Nicolas Roeg's 1976 sci-fi masterpiece "The Man Who Fell To Earth," the 40 years that have passed since the film's New Mexico…
David Bowie's relationship to cinema and acting was characteristically complex and knotty even before he started: He famously had to change his name from Davy Jones because there was already a…
Few people on a movie set have more knowledge of what it takes to direct a film than the cinematographer, but commanding talent and developing a project aren't always included in the skill set.
Mia Wasikowska gives a fine, flinty performance in this beautifully rendered adaptation of Robyn Davidson's international bestseller.
Rock stars in movies have always been more of a novelty than anything else. Elvis clearly wanted to be taken seriously as an actor, but his movies served as softball vehicles to sell soundtracks…
A trippy variation on the dream-within-a-dream movie, Danny Boyle's return-to-form crimer constantly challenges what auds think they know.
A mother's sixth sense is awakened when she moves with her hubby and toddler to a house in the countryside.
A tautly constructed tale set in the violent, multicultural criminal underground of Stockholm.
With major cult status clinging to nearly all the films from his first 15 years as director, there's considerable fan curiosity surrounding Nicolas Roeg's first feature since the 1996 telepic "Samson…
Misunderstood on its initial rollout, Nicolas Roeg's kaleidoscope examination of alienation in modern society is most famous for marking David Bowie's screen debut. Such circumstances make it a…
The rap on most Hollywood documentaries is that they're too fawning or, because only friends agree to go on record, too one-sided. BBC's "Donald Cammell: The Ultimate Performance" is the exception: a…
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