In Neill Blomkamp’s latest, a robot learns to feel, and also to call itself “gangsta number one.”
I always wanted to be a Tenenbaum.
The classic documentary, which is getting rereleased in theaters, has more interesting things to say about aging than the elderly expat dramedy that proves second time’s not the charm.
Artist Jason Edmiston is devoting his next showcase entirely to paintings of the eyes of famous fictional characters, some of which are easy to pin down, while others are a little trickier.
The Unbroken star spends most of the thriller ‘71 terrified, while Hayek’s Everly works as a shut-in’s tribute to Tarantino.
The cartoon has come to life!
It’s no Ocean’s Eleven or Duplicity, but Focus is the kind of escapist grifter movie that goes down easy.
The Academy Awards offered up a night of earnest speeches and jokes about whiteness. But underneath, things are pretty much the same as always.
Longing for a sadomasochism movie that doesn’t blur boundaries? Try Peter Strickland’s dreamy The Duke of Burgundy.
It’s hard to imagine why Hollywood is still filtering minorities’ stories — like the one in Disney’s new sports drama, about a Latino high school cross-country team — through the experiences of its white characters. But these may be some of the problematic reasons.
I would like to arrive everywhere in a cloud of glitter like David Bowie, please.
No matter how you’re feeling, there’s a movie for you!
No. 78: Oh, that’s a full bush. Warning: Spoilers ahead, obviously.
“I’ll try poop stuff right now.” Thank you, Shit Rough Drafts, for dreaming these up.
Djimon Hounsou is handsome enough to have worked as a runway model and talented enough to have nabbed two Oscar nominations, for 2000’s In America and 2006’s Blood Diamond. But is any other actor today as often used as living set dressing?
With his latest movie, World of Tomorrow, Don Hertzfeldt made Sundance Film Festival history. The animator talks to BuzzFeed News at the start of what’s looking to be his biggest year yet.
Home Alone is basically just Saw for kids.
Instead, it’s the emotional BDSM that’s transgressive in the film adaptation of E. L. James’ bestseller.
Such a manipulative film.
The Wachowskis’ latest epic is a better antimaterialist fable than a space opera. Capture, rescue, repeat. WARNING: MAJOR SPOILERS BELOW.
Julianne Moore and Eddie Redmayne probably wish their new movies were coming out after awards season. But they’re both a scream in Seventh Son and Jupiter Ascending.
Malaysia’s board of censorship banned the steamy film calling it “more pornography than a movie.”
Keep your eyes peeled for these movies about New England witches, amputated legs, ’70s sexual awakenings, and gym romances. They’re all coming soon to a theater (or television) near you.
Film school did not prepare us for this!
Three edgy films about adolescence — The Diary of a Teenage Girl, Me & Earl & the Dying Girl, and Dope — are the breakout hits of the 2015 Sundance Film Festival.
We’re talking domestic box office earnings, people.