By Shea Vassar
While some cinephiles are heading back to the in-person cinema experience, there are a few who are content staying home.
With the imminent return of movie theaters, it’s more important than ever to keep the practice of watching movies projected on film alive.
In his meditation on life and death, Terrence Malick explores the intersection of science and faith.
Thirty years later, this Bill Murray comedy is as relevant as ever.
The ending of ‘The Woman in the Window’ comes with a number of colossal twists, and sheds light on important issues along the way.
From all-star tennis to Alfred Hitchcock eating a banana, these Academy Film Archive home movies show a different side of Hollywood throughout history.
TCM viewers get to experience a haunting, yet romantic opera pieced together from presumed-lost film footage.
By Hans Qu
When superhero stories try to address real-life social and political issues, conflicts of interest may occur.
For the movie’s 10th anniversary, we break down the food poisoning scene and how it’s more than just a throwaway bit.