Bhansali's Romeo and Juliet adaptation is a "wild, high-octane crime-romance."
The TFS Staff highlights their Favorite Fifths.
Christopher Nolan's second film is more noir than its complex structure would have you believe.
Trying to make sense out of the seemingly unpredictable race for Hollywood's biggest award.
Forget Casablanca, Humphrey Bogart's best performance is featured in this Nicholas Ray film noir.
Bhansali's sixth film is life-affirming and sensitive, acting as a breather in his filmography.
Rian Johnson's debut feature film is more classically noir than high-school story.
One of the Coens most underrated films is perhaps the most noir of their works.
A super unconventional and super French crime thriller is Sarah Jane's pick this week.
A pale imitation of a Corman classic, Zontar falls flat.
Soderbergh returns, that and a Bear, Batman, and Herzog are among the streaming highlights this week.
Lifeboat may not be a Hitchcock movie everyone talks about, but it is a fascinating war film nonetheless.
Mark helps you prep for this weekend's Justice League!
The name's VOD, Kneel Before VOD. Valerian, Chappie, and James Bond make their way to streaming this week.
The trilogy ends as the bodies pile up and the truth is finally revealed in the corrupt town of Yorkshire.
It's a wild ride through the Everglades in Pick-Up!
Hitchcock goes after the police yet again; this time, youths come out on top.
The dive into the Red Riding Trilogy continues with more police corruption and more murder.
The season continues to excite, as major developments occur in this week's episode.
After some frustration this season, the wait pays off in this week’s incredible episode.
Frustration sets in as this week's episode doesn't progress the plot enough.
What could have been a run-of-the-mill, flashback-heavy episode really stands out.
The new season begins with some intriguing ideas and shocking moves.
Before season three launches, let's take a look back.
"There is a depression after an answer is given…It was almost fun not knowing."
"Is it the story of the little girl who lived down the lane? Is it?"
"I'm not me."
After years of setting up the four main characters, the new series does the Defenders enough justice.