'Yes, it’s worth it, but more for the experience — for the commitment itself — than because Kobayashi’s humanism will rock your world.'
Does Seth Rogen rape Anna Faris in 'Observe and Report'? David Edelstein weighs in.
Over at his blog, David Edelstein reviews two movies we didn't have space for in this week's magazine, and weighs in on A.O. Scott's recent essay on neo-neo realism.
"There isn't a shot that looks like something you've seen before."
"Fascinating — and extremely entertaining if you don’t mind being morally corrupted at every juncture."
Upon further review, David Edelstein has revised his list of 2008's best movies.
David Edelstein will resume updates to his blog.
"An awe-inspiring corpse: huge, noisy, gaseously distended by its own dystopia."
"If, as expected, Kate Winslet takes home the prize for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role, it will be an outrage and a scandal."
The actor's modesty — and charity — were legendary.
David Edelstein brings you an essay on Pollack's life — and in particular, his importance in front of the camera.
You'll be covering your eyes and reading through your fingers.
The first nine-tenths of Joel and Ethan Coen’s No Country for Old Men is the best thing they’ve ever done, with the possible exception of The Big Lebowski as seen for the third time, stoned
Why do audiences hate No Country?
We’ve been doing a wee bit of coverage in anticipation of I’m Not There. So how is the damn thing, anyway?
David Edelstein has written a spirited defense of Brian De Palma’s next movie, Redacted.
We here at Vulture are pleased to welcome New York's film critic, David Edelstein, back to the blogging world with the launch of the Projectionist today.
David Edelstein's obituary for Swedish film director Ingmar Bergman.