‘Song to Song’ is, well, a Terrence Malick film—general audiences will generally hate it, but more adventurous filmgoers could have their lives changed.
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G Clark guides you through the twelve 2017 releases you should be drooling over in this personal list of his most anticipated upcoming films.
Garth Davis’s ‘Lion’ provides a cheap and easy emotional catharsis, but lacks thematic heft, despite a stellar cast and first half.
A dazzling epic of stop-motion wizardry, ‘Kubo and the Two Strings’ is a powerful, cathartic tale of loss and aching remembrance.
We’ve had our say of our favorite films of 2013. Now it’s time to vent our frustrations on the worst movies of the year! Let the carnage ensue!
Just after its trailer delighted us all, Spike Jonze’s ‘Her’ has been announced as Closing Night film at New York Film Festival.
The newest film from ‘Being John Malkovich’ director will feature romance with an AI.
Duncan offers his thoughts on the 85th Academy Awards telecast, as well as brief reviews of ‘Peeping Tom’ and ‘Side Effects’.
Day 4 at Sundance Film Festival brought the major premieres of ‘Ain’t Them Bodies Saints’, ‘Before Midnight’, ‘Stoker’, and many more!
‘The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo’ works better as a visual showcase for Fincher than a narrative film.
One of the only groups to select a Best Scene award gives it to a particular film’s opening credits.
Mixed reviews come in for David Fincher’s adaptation of the Swedish crime franchise.
With a long list of possibilities some of our biggest possibilities remain unseen. Here is where we stand.
Making Oscar predictions on the five most anticipated movies that nobody has seen yet.
Oscar movies and December, ‘Turin Horse’ premieres at NYFF, ‘Melancholia’ on iTunes, new ‘Girl With the Dragon Tattoo’ photos…
This fantastic frenetic trailer for one of the most anticipated movies of the year looks great.
RIP Peter Yates, Makeup Bake-off, first look at Rooney Mara as Lisbeth Salander, trying to subtitle Rooster Cogburn…
Mulligan in Gatsby, Tucci and Clarkson do Gothams, Emma Watson is all grown up…
Despite its construction flaws, The Social Network is undeniably one of the most important movies of the decade.