The erotic sequel Fifty Shades Darker and the new HBO series Big Little Lies are reminders of how close the stuff of romantic fantasy can be to a portrayal of an abusive relationship.
Matt Damon went to China to make a blockbuster. Instead he made a mess.
It’s one of the reasons why Keanu Reeves’ new sequel is so satisfying.
The world may be grim, but the movies don’t have to be. Here are six new (or newly restored) films that let you bask in the brilliance of James Baldwin and Carrie Fisher, follow the adventures of some flesh-eating mermaids, and more.
Here’s why Iranian director Asghar Farhadi’s films are more essential than ever.
Justin Chon’s LA riots–set Gook isn’t your parents’ Asian-American movie.
These actors and filmmakers blow our hair back.
Dee Rees’s terrific Mudbound shouldn’t get caught in the shadow of last year’s troubled Sundance find.
Kumail Nanjiani’s winning The Big Sick brings something fresh to the comedian-grows-up genre.
Because tbh what doesn’t.
In Hacksaw Ridge and Silence, Andrew Garfield stars in diverging stories of what it means to stand by your religious beliefs.
From Disney princesses to the end of Idol and those who’ve kept Harry Potter and Star Trek alive, BuzzFeed Entertainment reported on what goes on in the worlds of your faves this past year.
From the man behind one of the biggest earworms of the year, to the woman we all wanted justice for in 2016, to, of course, Chris Pratt.
Yes, there’s a lot of work to be done, but this past year wasn’t all bad.
You won’t find any of these 2016 releases among the year’s 100 top-grossing movies, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t well worth watching.
Sometimes, it’s not so hard to say goodbye.
The Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone musical isn’t just about being in love with the past — it’s about who gets to see themselves in it.
2016 got its cinematic groove on.
The latest Star Wars installment has something to say, but it’s not what mobilized the #DumpStarWars faction.
Proof this year wasn’t entirely terrible.