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David Fear

David Fear

The director’s 1984 mobster-musical misfire gets a second chance in a brand new extended version — and the result is eye-opening

Unless you’re a die-hard Tim Heidecker fan, this feature-length mockumentary about a fake political campaign is one pointless slog

The young star tries his best to drag this amalgamation of Shakespeare’s Prince Henry plays once more unto the breach

The South Korean filmmaker outdoes himself with this cutting, caustic tale of class warfare between the haves and the have-nots

Not even the Oscar-winning ‘Jackie’ star can get this story of a jealous, possibly unstable astronaut to achieve lift-off

He pays tribute to real-life club comic Rudy Ray Moore, a pioneer in the rude-crude-untamed humor that paved the way for him and others

From Romero to Leto — Rob Sheffield ranks the screen’s past Clown Princes of Crime

The Spanish filmmaker’s tale of a memory, regret and an aging director making peace with his past isn’t just his most personal film — it’s also one of his greatest