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!
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!
The late actor and comedian may never have been better and sadder than in the dark comedy World’s Greatest Dad.
Do you love being a turtle? You won’t after this new movie. WARNING: Possible spoilers ahead!
K. Stew gets gritty in Camp X-Ray.
Jesse Zwick’s reworked an ’80s classic for the 2010s, with a cast that includes Max Greenfield, Aubrey Plaza, and Jason Ritter. Plus, check out an exclusive clip from the film.
And it’s not because of any incredible use of the found-footage format.
The rom-com isn’t dead, it’s just gone adorably indie.
“Escape (The Piña Colada Song)” has never felt so powerful.
The star’s latest work as a director is about a man who becomes a murderous necrophiliac.
Marvel’s oddball adaptation is one of its more obscure properties, but it turns out to be an incredibly good time.
James Brown gets a movie worthy of the Godfather of Soul.
The late actor’s quietly great as a world-weary spy in the thriller A Most Wanted Man.
Who wore it* better? *”It” being a loincloth.
The Purge: Anarchy offers just enough of a glimpse of a wider, disturbing universe to make us wish it weren’t so focused on folks trying to kill each other.
The actress’s new action thriller is a trippy combination of silly and smart. Warning: Spoilers ahead!
The spooky movie about an extraterrestrial preying on men on the streets of Scotland turns the idea of the sex symbol inside out.
TIFF’s a big event for aspiring Oscar contenders. But there’s also a rockin’ midnight movie section.
Bong Joon-ho’s dystopian masterpiece ought to be the film that everyone’s talking about this summer, just like Spielberg’s Jaws in 1975. So what went wrong? Warning: Spoilers for Snowpiercer ahead.
The filmmaker shared his cheery outlook on life when speaking to press about his new movie Magic in the Moonlight.
David Lynch unveiled nearly 90 minutes of deleted and extended scenes from his 1992 film Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me at a Los Angeles theater last night. It was intense and weird.
“You’re so funny. I usually don’t think guys are funny.”
With his second directorial effort, Wish I Was Here, arriving in theaters, the former Scrubs star is as divisive as ever.