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  • Other 'Fox' films didn't make it

    Matt Pniewski's documentary "The Story of the Fox" is not the first attempt to tell the story of the Fox on film. And it may not be the last.
  • Review: 'Book of Numbers' by Joshua Cohen

    Review: 'Book of Numbers' by Joshua Cohen
    In Roger Ebert's review of Robert Altman's 1975 film "Nashville," he praises the movie's ability to effortlessly capture the zeitgeist of the 1970s. "(Altman) does it all so easily, or seems to, that watching 'Nashville' is as easy as breathing and as...

    Gene Siskel wasn't the only critic who had problems with 'Ferris Bueller'

    Gene Siskel wasn't the only critic who had problems with 'Ferris Bueller'
    Guess what? Gene Siskel wasn't alone in finding "Ferris Bueller’s Day Off" more than a little off. It’s sweet to see so much gushy hometown pride greeting the 30th anniversary of the day (June 5, 1985) Ferris cut class to joyride around...

    Silent-era scarefest 'Cabinet of Dr. Caligari' plays in Philly

    Hailed by Roger Ebert as cinema's "first true horror film," 1920's "The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari" is one of the most visually striking scarefests of the silent era. The plot, which concerns the efforts of a carnival conjurer (Werner Krauss) to command a...

    Weekend preview: Hail Freedonia, Frida and Tig!

    Weekend preview: Hail Freedonia, Frida and Tig!
    If he knew then what we know now, Rufus T. Firefly would still go to war with Sylvania. No flipping. No flopping. Because amid all the misinformation, personal enmity and alpha-male posturing, this war was about money. And Margaret Dumont’s abundant...