Our film critics didn't come away from Christopher Nolan's space epic Interstellar with much praise, but it did get us thinking about other flicks -- epics, comedies, and truly weird classics -- set in or about the great beyond. Below are our 25 favorite space movies since the Big Bang.
Today's NYFF report is a doubleheader from our Nick Pinkerton: a pair of long looks at the old and the new. The Tiger of Eschnapur Directed by Fritz Lang Screened Tuesday, October 2nd Still functioning today in the 17th arondissement, Paris' Cinéma MacMahon -- the subject of a seven-film sideba ... More >>
With his first movie in 14 years, the Damsels director returns triumphant—and worried
Return of the greed creed
Aaron Johnson's secret vigilante
Staffers flee. New blood moves in. And still the question remains.
Ari Folman, an Israeli filmmaker, takes on his country's Vietnam
More movies, fewer screens, and a new game in town means cutthroat competition for indie-film distributors
Rappers in Cuba, pilgrims in Mecca, killer fish in Tanzania, James Carville in Bolivia
New York's Mega-Studio: If We Build It, Will They Come?
Risky Business at Sundance 2003
How Michael Powell Rose From GOP Obscurity to a Shot at Becoming the First Black President
Flashback: The Year in Movies