In the world of Michael Mann, no successful justice is wholly righteous, no bad deed is without a thrill, and whether physical, historical, social or existential, everything boils down to an act of violence.… continue
Sam Watermeier reflects on Michael Mann's return to the L.A. crime beat.
Ben goes where the wild things are for his latest Happy Valley excursion.
Nick continues the series with a look at all three versions of Michael Mann's "Ali."
An aesthetically sound, narratively jumbled fantasy-noir.
Attempts too many moods to the detriment of what works.
Skillful social satire powers a crackling thriller.
Still a towering time capsule.
It's hard for Ben to fathom why this film exists existed.
An impressive throwback to '70s cinema thats ultimately less than the sum of its parts.