Sofia Vergara and Reese Witherspoon should be screaming, "Why are we in this terrible movie?!"
Hot Pursuit clocks its first transphobic joke within five minutes of the opening credits.
Filmmaker Jane Anderson with Provincetown Art Museum's Christine McCarthy.
At the heart of new documentary Packed in a Trunk is a mystery about art and identity.
Natalie Portman (photo by Marco Manna) and Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the start of her career in 1975.
Whoa, hold the phone.
According to Deadline, Natalie Portman has signed on to play the beloved Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in upcoming film The Basis of Sex.
Ex Machina, the new film from writer and director Alex Garland, is ostensibly about robot consciousness.
Fictional friends Olivia and Rachel discuss brunch and politics in film-turned-webseries Ackee and Saltfish.
Jamaican-British filmmaker Cecile Emeke is having a moment.
After director Olivier Assayas and actress Juliette Binoche worked together on 2008’s Summer Hours, Binoche said they should make another movie together, on one condition: It should be a female-centric film.
It’s no surprise that Adam Sandler’s new movie failed to, let’s say, interpret the Native American experience intelligently.
Pam Brooks guides filmmaker Nick Broomfield around her LA neighborhood in Tales of the Grim Sleeper.
The chilling new documentary Tales of the Grim Sleeper makes it clear that our society values the lives of white people differently than Black people
In There is a New World Somewhere, two young people lock eyes at a backyard party in Austin. They both clearly feel like outsiders—they’d rather not be there. So they take off, very shortly after, for an impromptu road trip across the South.
I haven’t seen the new Kevin Hart and Will Ferrell incarceration comedy Get Hard. What I have seen is the poster, slathered all over movie theaters, billboards, and the internet.