Liam Neeson’s new crime drama, A Walk Among the Tombstones, turns female characters into gruesome cannon fodder in a way that feels outdated, not retro.
The Guest is the modern answer to the ’80s blockbuster you didn’t know you were waiting for. And in it, Dan Stevens proves he is much more than just Matthew Crawley.
While We’re Young is actually a comedy about fleeing adulthood, filmmaking, and the doc that spawned MTV’s hit series.
Here’s Stanley! Via Spoke Gallery.
In which “The Hobbit” becomes short friends taking a walk to return some jewelry.
In an Oscar race like this one, we all win.
The fanboy king and Clerks director has made something shocking, funny, and fresh in Tusk.
Adam Sandler, Jennifer Garner, and Ansel Elgort star in Jason Reitman’s movie that reaches for big themes about online life, but just doesn’t connect.
Why everyone’s going to be talking about Jake Gyllenhaal’s performance as a gleefully amoral cameraman in Nightcrawler.
They would make terrible boyfriends.
Hayao Miyazaki may have retired, but a new doc about his company offers an unprecedented look at how he worked. Meanwhile, Ghibli’s latest animated release turns an old folktale into something truly epic.
Harrowing, mostly. *sobs*
Watch the trailer for Eden, the new movie from Mia Hansen-Løve set in the ’90s French dance music scene, only on BuzzFeed.
Benedict Cumberbatch, Jake Gyllenhaal, Anna Kendrick, and Reese Witherspoon? Yes, please.
Former Skins star Jack O’Connell is totally compelling in the new British prison drama Starred Up.
A 38-year-old man was shot and killed while filming police in Omaha, Neb., responding to an armed robbery. The suspect was also killed.
How the Sin City: A Dame to Kill For actress walked away with the year’s most macho sequels.
The new YA adaptation starring Chloë Grace Moretz may ruin you, but not in the way the filmmakers intended. Warning: SPOILERS AHEAD!
Hand-painted posters by legendary artist John Alvin.
The veteran actors are heartbreaking and wonderful as a long-term pair struggling to find a new home in New York in Love Is Strange.
The world shouldn’t have to go without 1986 BMX racing drama Rad.
Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon once again play themselves in the sequel to 2010’s improvised comedy The Trip, which affirms how little being funny and being happy have to do with one another.
Jonas is now 16, in love with Fiona, and a beefcake. WARNING: Spoilers for the book and the movie ahead!
The one where everyone needs a haircut.
The Media, Diversity, and Social Change Initiative (MDSCI)’s six-year study reveals some less-than-stellar statistics.
Frank features X-Men star Michael Fassbender as you’ve never seen him before — in a giant, papier-mâché head.
Sure, we are all Groot — but when it comes to who’s on top in Marvel’s weirdest movie, there can be only one. Warning: Spoilers for Guardians of the Galaxy ahead!
Never-before-seen hand-painted posters by John Alvin.
The late actor and comedian may never have been better and sadder than in the dark comedy World’s Greatest Dad.