Nothing describes the tension between what we know and what we suspect about Jeffrey Epstein's crimes better than Stanley Kubrick's "Eyes Wide Shut."
Newsweek analyzes data from Rotten Tomatoes, IMDb and Metacritic to rank the movies directed by Stanley Kubrick, who died on March 7, 1999.
Usually, the success of a film is measured according to box-office revenue or the opinions of critics. But now scientists have come up with a novel way to measure cinema success.
How does the film's vision of the future compare with the world today?
Let's just say critic Joseph Morgenstern was less than overwhelmed.
Known more for his extreme reclusiveness than his distaste for taxes, the late filmmaker is a good example of why people turn to tax shelters.