Moonraker (1979), the most outlandish of the first fourteen James Bond masterpieces (which are also the only entries I consider “official”), defies virtually every standard of knowledge and canon of respectability [...]

The Shining

The Shining (1980) is the fullest representation of Stanley Kubrick’s self-conscious alienating lens. The film is more about Kubrick, the polymorphous satirist, than Stephen King, the modern master of the colloquial horror tale. This [...]

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