For a genre known for winning awards, the biopic doesn't seem to have many fans.
Will this adaptation of Jo Nesbø’s Scandinavian crime thriller impress audiences with an icy-cool mystery or does it end up looking as messy as the killer's taunting notes? Here's what the reviews have to say.
The original Blade Runner deeply impacted Kojima and directly inspired his game 'Snatcher'
"Universal didn't want the footage you took behind-the-scenes to surface so people wouldn't think I was an asshole."
The trailers for "Thor: Ragnarok" have made the movie look like an exciting departure in tone from the Asgardian's other solo outings. Does the movie live up to the hype, or is it... well, more Marvel? Here's what critics say.
Margot Robbie stars in this unusual, satirical biopic about disgraced figure skater Tonya Harding. "I, Tonya" will be released in theaters on December 8.
To revamp the most boring superhero in the Marvel pantheon, the company turned to an eccentric indie filmmaker from New Zealand. Will Americans like the view inside Taika Waititi's head?
A Woody Allen-inspired black and white film about a young woman having a fling with a lecherous director? Come on, Louis.
As Nerdwriter puts it in this incredibly well-made video, David Fincher has a way of "hijacking your eyes" that he uses in all his films. It works so well that you might find yourself in your own personal Fincher film.
These famous actresses want you to know that sexual harassement and abuse aren't just a Harvey Weinstein problem. They're horrifyingly widespread in Hollywood.
Park Chan-wook combines dark humor, a painterly sense of composition and lots of gore. But beneath the violence lies a deep humanity — and a love of the absurd.
The great mystery of evil is not that it persists but, rather, that so many of its practitioners wish to do so while being thought of as saints.
Just when you thought it'd be hard to muster excitement for Marvel stuff again, they go and drop this trailer. "Black Panther" reaches theaters on February 16th, 2018.
"On sets, I saw women constantly pressured to exploit their sexuality and then chastised as sluts for doing so."
Producer Harvey Weinstein has been kicked out of the motion picture academy following allegations of sexual assault and harassment. Which leads to the question: Who's next?
Hours after Netflix released the documentary The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson last Friday, director/trans activist/researcher Reina Gossett claimed the film was unfairly profiting off her ideas and work. The Netflix doc, directed by David France (whose 2012 doc How To Survive a Plague was nominated for an Academy Award), concerns LGBTQ civil rights pioneers Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera, whom also are the focus of an as-yet-incomplete short film Gossett has been working on with Sash...
There's not a lot to it, but it's exactly what we need at the end of a pretty crummy week.
This year's DC blockbuster gave Wonder Woman the movie she deserves; now audiences will get her real-life origins. Is a polyamorous love story filmed like a conventional biopic romance a winning idea?Here's what the reviews say.
Jackie Chan goes up against Pierce Brosnan in this "Taken"-esque action-thriller. It's the first time Brosnan and director Martin Campbell have worked together since "Goldeneye" and it's unusually serious for Chan — is it worth a watch? Here's what the reviews say.
The story worlds of both "Logan" and "Children of Men" are set up to prevent the change the protagonists so desperately need.
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