by Nathan Rabin
Two 2013 documentaries turn the focus on charismatic men attempting to control the stories of their lives.
Two 2013 films explore what it means to be young, creative, adrift, and in danger of losing it all in New York City.
Scarlett Johansson as the ultimate object of desire is the common denominator connecting two strikingly different films concerned with how technological fixation affects human interaction.
A back-to-back viewing of the year’s two most prominent portraits of marooned survivors provides a lesson in using different kinds of information—visual and aural—to tell the same story.
We kick off a miniseries on 2013’s twin movies by looking at the year’s two strikingly different—yet still complementary—films about Somali pirates and freighter-ship hijackings.