The stakes are high in Christopher Nolan’s universe. If you don’t leave the theater feeling a bit dazed, then the man hasn’t done his job.
Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s Birdman, which opens Friday in Oklahoma City, is audaciously exhilarating and wonderfully weird.
OUT OK: The Oklahoma GLBT International Film Festival celebrates the diversity of cinema by highlighting the best gay and lesbian films from the global community.
This documentary chronicles a proto-punk band in the 1970s that formed to rebel against Detroit’s slick Motown crooning.
Theodore Melfi’s feature film directorial debut, St. Vincent, though not revolutionary, does provide a seasoned cynicism layered with therapeutic gags.
He is alternately narcissistic and self-loathing, his triumphs being without rival, his sufferings unbearable. Philip Lewis Friedman is a writer.
Suspense cannot live on ambiguity alone.
After the Sept. 4 death of comedy powerhouse Joan Rivers at age 81, this movie has again jumped to the top of the “Popular on Netflix” queue, and with good reason.
The feature-length directorial debut of acclaimed actor William H. Macy is as pivotal to the Oklahoma arts scene as any work in decades.
Few works — literary or cinematic — effectively merge romanticized war with the assumed misanthropy of a grotesque battlefield.