'Feral,' which debuted at 2019's Sarasota Film Festival, offers an empathetic take of life on the streets of New York City.
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The ending to Jordan Peele's latest horror film is bold, ambitious, and a little tricky to understand. That's where we come in.
As a Kevin Costner vehicle, 'The Highwaymen' has its moments, but the mix of revisionist law enforcement history and crippling self-doubt make it an unpleasant experience with any audience.
'Long Shot' may contain some of the year's best jokes but the awkward mix of hangouts and politics ultimately proves too much for the Seth Rogen vehicle.
In his second film, Peele proves that the signature blend of horror, humor, and political commentary in 'Get Out' was definitely not a fluke.
Joan Micklin Silver's 1977 film about a struggling Boston weekly newspaper is the perfect counterpart to 'Broadcast News.'
From 'Escape From New York' to 'Jonny Quest,' here are some of the bigger studio films that Robert Rodriguez almost tackled.
'The Terminator' is considered an all-time action great, but how was it received by critics back when it was initially released?
With their 'Lego Movie' sequel headed to theaters this weekend, we look back at some of the near misses of Phil Lord and Chris Miller's filmmaking career.
The 'We the Animals' director Jeremiah Zagar discusses making the leap from documentaries to feature filmmaking and his film's five Independent Spirit Awards nominations.