All articles by Jonathan Rosenbaum

Reviews

Cry Macho shows an ambivalence towards traditional masculinity

Clint Eastwood’s western is an uneven portrait of a faded rodeo champion, but its “soft-pedalled life lessons” are worth hearing.

By Jonathan Rosenbaum

Cry Macho shows an ambivalence towards traditional masculinity
Lists

Forgotten treasures of the multiplex

By Ryan Gilbey, Nick James and others

Forgotten treasures of the multiplex
Reviews

Tommy archive review: Ken Russell’s imaginative rock opera pulses with energy

By Jonathan Rosenbaum

Tommy archive review: Ken Russell’s imaginative rock opera pulses with energy
Features

Work and play in the house of fiction: Jacques Rivette’s Out 1 and Céline and Julie Go Boating

By Jonathan Rosenbaum

Work and play in the house of fiction: Jacques Rivette’s Out 1 and Céline and Julie Go Boating
Features

Remembering Penelope Houston

By David Robinson, Jonathan Rosenbaum and others

Remembering Penelope Houston
Features

A pantheon of one’s own: 25 female film critics worth celebrating

By Anne Billson, Mark Cousins and others

A pantheon of one’s own: 25 female film critics worth celebrating
Polls

Critics’ 50 Greatest Documentaries of All Time

By Nick James, Brian Winston and others

Critics’ 50 Greatest Documentaries of All Time
Features

A personal report on an adventure called film.factory

By Jonathan Rosenbaum

A personal report on an adventure called film.factory
The Greatest Films of All Time

Reviewing the Greatest Films of All Time, part four: getting personal

By Kevin B. Lee, David Jenkins and others

Reviewing the Greatest Films of All Time, part four: getting personal
The Greatest Films of All Time

Reviewing the Greatest Films of All Time, part three: open the 2022 floodgates!

By Kevin B. Lee, David Jenkins and others

Reviewing the Greatest Films of All Time, part three: open the 2022 floodgates!
The Greatest Films of All Time

Reviewing the Greatest Films of All Time, part two: new benchmarks, old blindspots

By Kevin B. Lee, David Jenkins and others

Reviewing the Greatest Films of All Time, part two: new benchmarks, old blindspots
The Greatest Films of All Time

Reviewing the Greatest Films of All Time, part one: continuity and change

By Kevin B. Lee, David Jenkins and others

Reviewing the Greatest Films of All Time, part one: continuity and change
Features

The solitary pleasure of Star Wars (from our archive)

By Jonathan Rosenbaum

The solitary pleasure of Star Wars (from our archive)