Billy Wilder's 1951 film noir masterpiece is an unforgiving satire of the American media and its audience.
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The Seth Rogen comedy is an intergenerational farce with great visual appeal.
From the writer-director of 'Sun Don't Shine' comes a film that lifts the veil on death and everything leading up to it.
The Taiwanese filmmaker's 1998 drama contemplates romantic fantasy in the midst of a virus outbreak.
The 2007 film is a lesson in empathy and a cheeky ode to the power of childlike imagination.
The Coen Brothers' 2013 film poses big questions about musical authenticity and sellout culture.
The 1993 comedy classic teaches us how to live with ourselves, over and over and over again.
A24's first trailer for the film promises the department store horror you've always wanted.
The classic 70s romance wears its heart — and hair — on its sleeve.
Believe it or not, John Wick's unparalleled moves don't just come naturally.