By Sam Moore
Twenty-five years on, Steven Spielberg's World War Two epic completely revolutionised the way Hollywood thought about depicting conflict on screen.
Recent studies have shown how people with dyslexia have enhanced abilities in originality, creativity, and reasoning. Could it be that movies can provide the perfect place to focus on the strengths of this different way of thinking?
By Mark Asch
Italian veteran Marco Bellocchio’s adaptation of David Kertzer’s The Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara is an occasionally enthralling, yet often staid and repetitive affair.
It’s an improvement on the execrable Crystal Skull, but James Mangold’s exhumation of the Spielberg adventure serial is both tame and unnecessary.
Steven Spielberg weaves a tale about his childhood love of cinema and the relationship between his parents in this light but lovely mostly true story.
The sage of modern American theatre on his transition to becoming Steven Spielberg’s trusty screenwriting wingman.
The filmmaker's homage to his childhood has foundations in a career spent investigating familial dynamics.
By Mark Asch
This bittersweet rummage through the Spielberg family album sees the maestro deliver a late-career masterwork.
Forty years on from Wim Wenders’ documentary Room 666, this age-old existential question is set to come back around.
In our series examining the Best Picture contenders of 2022, a salute to the easy lyricism of Spielberg’s musical remake.
Steven Spielberg comes a-cropper in this stiff and soulless revamp of the classic Leonard Bernstein barnstormer.
This made-for-TV feature has all the trademarks that would go on to define one of America’s most acclaimed filmmakers.
Ansel Elgort and newcomer Rachel Zegler lead the director’s delayed remake of the hot-blooded musical.
Michelle Williams is in line to star as a character supposedly based on the director’s mother.
A.I., American Psycho and Bamboozled all make the final part of our list – but what will come out on top?
Quint’s show-stopping monologue recounts the doomed tale of the USS Indianapolis – but it isn’t entirely accurate.
I loved Steven Spielberg’s film growing up, but its offensive Indian stereotypes make it hard to watch today.