The new movie about the lovable bear isn’t just adorable, it’s very much an immigrant tale.
Director Michael Mann’s cybercrime thriller is a lot of beautiful sequences that add up to an alarmingly dull whole.
Selma was snubbed in the acting and directing categories, and the fact that one film was left bearing the burdens of diversity in this year’s awards race — the whitest in nearly 20 years — is a big problem. A BuzzFeed Entertainment conversation.
The actors put themselves through the ringer with Still Alice and Cake, grueling films about Alzheimer’s and chronic pain, respectively. Everybody hurts, especially in Oscar season.
♫ My heart will go on. ♫ And so will this movie, FOREVER.
Also, learn the true origin of “all right, all right, all right.”
Between Transparent, The Mindy Project, and their new HBO series Togetherness, brothers Jay and Mark Duplass have been taking over the world. But it’s taken years for them to get there.
Les Liaisons Dangereuses: Elysée edition.
It was a year of fighting robots, brawling neighbors, battling tanks, and so much more. SPOILERS BELOW.
Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain star in a story about a New York businessman trying to stay clean in a dirty industry. Principles are great and all, but you kind of wish he’d give in.
Alright, Alright, Alright.
Just because these 2014 movies flew under the radar — and each grossed less than $10 million at the U.S. box office this year — that doesn’t mean they aren’t so very worth your time.
“We thought this might not happen … at all.”
The actor’s third film as a director tells the incredible true story of Louis Zamperini, but skips the half that makes it all resonant.
The 1995 Sandra Bullock romcom is the best festive film about love, actually.
Annie or Into the Woods? We’ll help you decide.
The Red Chapel doesn’t have stars, but it does have a bitterly funny and far more complex view on the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea than the Seth Rogen and James Franco film.
Who wouldn’t want to marry a homeless Arabian man?
Several news organizations, citing U.S. officials, reported Wednesday that North Korea was behind the Sony data hack. The revelation came on the same day the studio decided to cancel the release of The Interview.
Here’s guessing Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, and James Franco never thought their North Korea assassination comedy would come to this.
An Australian haunting, a sociopathic news cameraman, an actor in crisis, and a lobby boy were some of the best things to come to the screen this year.
From Birdman to Top Five to Chef, movies have been all about the need for artistic recognition.
In his third turn as a director, the comedian and filmmaker has finally made a movie that feels as sharp and personal as his stand-up. Not surprisingly, it deals with race, fame, and celebrity.
“I have recorded a cameo. It will almost certainly be cut from the final film, in accordance with tradition.”
The new Christian Bale–led Biblical film updates Moses in every way except the most important one.
The trailer promises a world “without hope, without law, without mercy” — but with plenty of kick-ass stunts!
It is set five decades in the past, but Ava DuVernay’s film about Martin Luther King Jr. feels shockingly timely.