Thoughts on West Side Story, The Matrix Resurrections, Spider-Man: No Way Home, Succession, and a metric ton of other stuff as we wind down the year.Continue reading David’s Watch Diary: December 2021
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Review: ‘READY PLAYER ONE’ Is a Vintage Spielberg Thrill Ride
More than the sum of its chockablock references, Ready Player One improves on its polarizing source material by leaps and bounds.
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Review: ‘THE POST’ Is Far More Than A Civics Lesson
Spielberg’s latest is both a historical crowd-pleaser and a galvanizing call to action.
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Pick 3, Vol. 11: The Hottest Takes
In the worst feature we’ll ever write, FOTS writers target classic films to be dashed against the rocks of cold-blooded criticism. Each of us apologizes for the poor taste of the others.
What Is Your Dream Project?
The FOTS team shares what stories they’ve always wanted to see brought to life, and with whom.
Review: Spielberg’s ‘THE BFG’ Is Old-Fashioned, But Heartfelt
Director Steven Spielberg’s first film flying under the Disney banner, The BFG, is very much the work of an aging filmmaker. That isn’t meant as an insult.
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‘MIDNIGHT SPECIAL’ Review: Transmissions from the Satellite Heart
Midnight Special, Jeff Nichols’ latest masterpiece, draws a direct line to the familial beauty of Spielberg’s greatest science fiction.
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Review: Spielberg’s ‘BRIDGE OF SPIES’ Is Among His Best
The great director is at the top of his craft with this patient and stirring Cold War drama.
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The Great Spielberg Countdown
Steven Spielberg has directed 28 feature films in his career. In honor of the 29th, Bridge of Spies, we rank them all.
Revisiting a Landmark: JURASSIC PARK
With Jurassic World stomping through theaters at a record-setting pace, Sean Knight looks back at the film that started it all.