‘Foxcatcher’ is a standout vehicle for Steve Carell, Channing Tatum, Mark Ruffalo and Sienna Miller, but it may be too understated for its own good.
The biggest Blu-ray releases of the fall, and all the runners-up you should look for as well.
If you thought there were a ton of blockbusters this summer, wait till you see all the art house movies vying for Oscar glory this fall.
Australian government has approved a $US20.2 million tax incentive deal with Disney.
The director of ‘Apocalypse Now’ dispels old rumors about Marlon Brando and starts a brand new one.
CraveOnline gives out its awards to the best and worst Blu-rays of August 2014, including The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Need for Speed and The Walking Dead.
Includes four Ghibli films plus two feature length documentaries!
Orson Welles’ long-lost first film, a silent comedy starring Joseph Cotten, has been screened at Telluride… warts and all.
Vigilante violence goes viral in ‘The Boondock Saints 3: Legion.’
Happy Labor Day! Let’s celebrate by looking at some lame movies based on already lame holidays.
Jon Stewart expresses his guilt about the ‘Daily Show’ appearance that led to Maziar Bahari’s imprisonment and explains why he’s better at directing than acting.
Jon Stewart makes his directorial debut in the darkly comic real-life story about the imprisonment of Iranian journalist Maziar Bahari.
Alejandro Gonzalez-Innaritu takes cheap shots at blockbuster movies in an artistically audacious comedy starring Michael Keaton as a has-been actor.
Andrew Garfield stars in a hard-hitting mortgage crisis drama that’s one of the best movies screening at Telluride 2014.
It’s a really, really, REALLY good list.
Marion Cotillard is just trying to keep her job in a sympathetic new drama by Luc and Jean-Pierre Dardennes.
Xavier Dolan’s experimentally filmed family drama is a rewarding experience.
Perdita Weeks raids the Paris catacombs in the best ‘Tomb Raider’ movie we’re ever likely to get.
Pierce Brosnan is back in a James Bond rehash with all of the Russia and nothing to love.
Bibbs & Witney and Jami Philbrick from I Am Rogue review ‘As Above, So Below’ and ‘The November Man’ and recap the best and worst movies of the summer.