Michael B. Jordan and Ryan Coogler electrify Sylvester Stallone’s boxing franchise while gently examining its legacy in terms of race and class.
The Night Before is wildly uneven, but it’s poignant about what being a grown-up can mean for friendship.
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The Transformers star is marathoning his filmography in the name of art. BuzzFeed News stopped by to take a look.
Spectre shows the limits of the iconic spy’s gritty reinvention. Time for another reboot?
Out 1 is a legend that’s finally available to see in theaters…if you dare.
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In Our Brand Is Crisis, Bullock takes on a role originally slated for George Clooney, and the movie’s more interesting for it.
Here’s a breakdown of the Fast & Furious star’s latest Vinity project.
In reinventing the ’80s cartoon for the viral age, the movie presents some fucked-up ideas about what it means to be a genuine artist.
For all its flaws, the period pic about an explosive moment in the U.K. women’s rights movement shows that its protests were far from peaceful.
Guillermo del Toro’s latest isn’t centered on Lady Lucille Sharp, but it feels like it should be.
Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks have made a deliberately unsexy spy drama.
The director of Hostel used to just want to gross audiences out. Now he’s looking to make them mad as well.
Watch the trailer for possible future so-bad-it’s-good classic Dangerous Men, exclusively on BuzzFeed News.
Pan turns Peter Pan into another destined warrior. Why?
Michael Fassbender and Aaron Sorkin dazzle with this flashy movie about being a visionary and being an asshole.
Chantal Akerman was a true radical.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s new tightrope walker biopic is the kind of movie that should be seen in theaters or not at all.
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