Christopher Nolan gets his biggest canvas yet, but still can’t figure out a way to balance his spectacularly realized action with human drama.
“Human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together… mass hysteria!”
Vegemite on toast? Well alright alright alright.
Because a man isn’t complete without a woman to feel sad about, but spend minimal time with on screen.
They’ve got their own hotel, cash, and gossipy community. The unionizers in Grosse Pointe Blank have nothing on the folks at the Continental.
From Birdman to Ratatouille to All About Eve, nobody likes a critic — at least on screen.
Citizenfour is a nonfiction film that makes the present feel like science fiction. And it’ll change your mind about paranoia.
Meet Justin Simien, the director of Dear White People, the movie everyone’s going to be talking about. “In a nation that is increasingly more diverse, you’re at a handicap the more you refuse to see the world through other people’s points of views,” he told BuzzFeed News.
Michael Keaton makes a thrilling comeback in Alejandro González Iñárritu’s movie about acting, fame, and the hilarious messiness of life. It’s one of the year’s best.
You’ve never seen a damsel in distress like this before.
Weepies don’t always look like The Notebook. David Ayer’s impressive WWII drama is a brutal battle epic with a teary emotional core.
As an estranged father and son, Robert Downey Jr. and Robert Duvall make predictable legal drama The Judge into something worth watching.
“What if there was a place where nothing was impossible?”
It’s the prince of the undead…coming to save the day? The very silly new Dracula reboot is a vampire movie by way of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. WARNING: Minor spoilers ahead!
With a new movie and a new production company, the Marvel Studios actor is managing to balance blockbuster stardom with more serious acting gigs.
Joaquin Phoenix does a ton of drugs while trying to unravel an incomprehensible mystery in the new movie from the director of There Will Be Blood. And it’s great.
The author and screenwriter talks to BuzzFeed News about David Fincher’s film, its detractors, and adapting a seemingly unadaptable novel. Warning: Major spoilers for Gone Girl the movie and the novel contained within!
The Sopranos’ David Chase and Mad Men’s Matthew Weiner have both struggled in their recent big screen ventures. Maybe TV and film aren’t so similar after all?
Featuring big pictures, the better to see with.
Roger Ebert, this is not. Nicolas Cage’s new faith-based thriller is touting an unusual anti-endorsement.
Don Hertzfeldt is the greatest, strangest animator you might not have heard of yet. And there’s a lot more to him than “I AM SIMPSON.”
Just humiliating a child at Hungry Hungry Hippos.
The future member of the Fantastic Four stars alongside J.K. Simmons in an exhilarating new movie that makes drumming look as ferocious as boxing.
The Oscar winner stars in a heartwarming ode to DIY home improvement and outrageous violence that’s now in theaters. SPOILERS…technically.
The Newsroom star plays a New Yorker concerned his online girlfriend is not what she appears to be in this trailer, exclusive to BuzzFeed.
Director David Fincher and stars Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike have made a film adaptation that feels nastier and less balanced than Gillian Flynn’s novel. Warning: Minor spoilers ahead!
The latest would-be YA dystopian franchise starts with a fascinating premise and ends with a whimper. But everything in between is pretty great!