Antonioni’s ‘La Notte’: The death of a marriage has never looked better

Now playing in L.A. in a digital restoration: Seen today, Antonioni's stylish drama about a marriage on the verge of collapse is a welcome reminder that a filmmaker doesn't need a shaky digital camera to convey intimacy or emotional honesty. Read more [...]

L.A. Repertory Cinema Pick: Spaghetti Westerns Unchained!

Now through August 12 at the Egyptian and the Aero: You know these are fun — just look at the posters. This is a rare chance to see a lot of non–Sergio Leone entries in the spag-wag genre on the big screen. It's fun to speculate, if you were to catch every double-bill in this series, how many people would you have seen get shot on screen by the time the series was over? Read more [...]