The Tom Hooper-directed "monstrosity" might be the worst-reviewed movie of the year.
The Elton John biopic is sensationalist in some ways, but in others sheds light on the possible roots of problem drug use.
Both films deal in the making of political ploys, but fail to highlight how it takes more than one charismatic man to enforce an ideology.
Kevin Macdonald’s ‘Whitney’ tells an arresting story, but prioritizes a true crime narrative at the expense of celebrating Houston’s abilities.
"Destination Arnold" is an Australian doco that follows two Indigenous women who dream of competing in the Arnold Classic. But unlike most films about bodybuilding, it's not actually about bodybuilding.
Those born in the 90s largely missed out, not only on all the economic prosperity and the golden age of comfortable flannel shirts, but on the films that the laid-back era produced.
The subject of "Everything & Everything & Everything," director Alberto Roldán says, is "our endless quest for more."
We Asked a Neurologist About That Scarlett Johansson Film Where She Can Control Everything with Her Mind
Turns out the Hollywood blockbuster got some things wrong. Gee willikers!
It isn't Cannes, Tribeca, or Sundance—but the Telluride Film Festival offers thoughtful films with that middle-of-nowhere charm.
James Franco's adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's 1973 novel about a necrophiliac serial killer hit theaters last Friday. On the whole, reviews weren't good. Child of God may well be my favorite book, and the adaptation is exactly what I was hoping...