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Christian Petzold's latest is unconventional in the best way possible.
The dramatic Oscar season of 1953 is repeating itself.
The women of 'Jennifer's Body,' 'The Invitation,' and 'Destroyer' are a new breed of antihero.
Mahershala Ali and Viggo Mortensen shine in Peter Farrelly's first foray into drama.
Neil Jordan's potentially cookie-cutter thriller is elevated by a superb performance from our greatest living actress.
Desktop horror films are the hot new thing, but they need to learn how to respect the format and their audiences.
Next time you're traveling, skip the tourist traps and head for the theater.
Films to have on hand for when you need a taste of the open road from the comfort of your home. More than just an excuse to get from point A to point B, a road trip — in real life or in fiction — has…
Making the silver screen a bit more glam, one movie at a time. Cher is a woman of many talents. The Goddess of Pop has been an icon of the music industry for over five decades. During that time she's…