Cake is a classic example of a film’s quality not being up to par with its main performer’s work.
As one of Britain’s most beloved and cherished literary characters, it is surprising Paddington Bear has never graced the screen until now.
There’s something so wonderful about a film that can find so much warmth, heart and honesty with such a simple, concise plot. Such is the case for Ira Sachs’ Love is Strange.
Clint Eastwood, 84 and with a well-established legacy, has granted himself free reign to do whatever he pleases.
Martin Luther King Jr. was a man, but Selma proves much more than that. Director Ava DuVernay paints a picture of the Civil Rights movement that humanizes not just Dr.
Last weekend, The Normal Heart managed to get one last award at the Golden Globes.
Somewhere between 2009-2014, writer/director Jason Reitman lost his touch.
Jack and the Cuckoo-Clock Heart, originally titled Jack et la mécanique du coeur, was translated from its original French and was released in 2014.
The beauty of Richard Linklater’s Boyhood isn’t that it reinvents what it means to make a “coming of age” movie.
With its three British Independent Film Awards — one being Best British Independent Film—its Golden Globe nomination for Best Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy and its newly announced BAFTA nomination
Paul Thomas Anderson, a master of diverging cinematic norms and juggling an excess of characters, is perhaps the perfect filmmaker to adapt an author like Thomas Pynchon.
Based on her own short film of the same name, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night is not only writer/director Ana Lily Amirpour’s shocking astute feature debut, but also the kind of film Iran has

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