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‘The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar’ review: An explicable act of...

The last time Wes Anderson brought Roald Dahl’s work to the big screen was in 2009 with “Fantastic Mr. Fox” and the result was...

Twee-girl summer commences with ‘Asteroid City’

In preparation for the hopeful box office hits of “Barbie” and “Oppenheimer” in July, Wes Anderson’s newest addition to the canon of whimsically artsy...

10 Palme d’Or winners to watch while you wait for your...

10. “The Wages of Fear” (1953) Henri-Georges Clouzot’s nail-biting odyssey features anxiety in its most welcoming form. Its suspense is unbounded — featuring a story...

Things to catch up on over summer vacation

School’s out for summer and, even with part-time jobs and summer classes, that means a lot of free time for most of us. While...

“Isle of Dogs” is Wes Anderson at his most Wes Anderson...

There was once a time where artists could render their dreams material and be praised for the merit of their work instead of being...

Wes Anderson creates another quirky masterpiece in “The Grand Budapest Hotel”

When attempting to review a filmmaker such as Wes Anderson, it is difficult to know where to begin. Anderson’s unique directorial touch is recognizable...