The third—and our reviewer hopes, not last—film in the superb ‘Before’ series is sharp, poignant, and absolutely riveting
In this family satire, the director’s home region is a weird place, but you wouldn’t want to live there
J.C. Chandor’s new film stocks its 105 minutes with enough seafaring challenges and adventure to keep mainstream audiences fascinated
From Sydney to Seattle, here are 11 music festivals worth traveling to this summer
Every year, the Eurovision Song Contest brings together an international audience of millions with strange music
The answer is: Yes, whoever signed the office up for this sleazy show. The problem is: that ain’t gonna happen.
Julie Delpy, Ethan Hawke, and director Richard Linklater on: the writing process, their thoughts on their characters, and how they shoot a kissing scene
New trailers for the forthcoming road-trip comedy and the rom-com that made a splash at Sundance
The genre that was supposed to be the death of civilized society has become—at least some of it—the best primetime programming for parents to watch with kids.
The band’s latest is approachable but does not compromise
Did we really need two more ‘Hangover’ movies? What happened in Vegas, should’ve stayed in Vegas
The artist says the video was inspired by his 81-day detention in a Chinese jail
A curiously passive Gosling recedes into the background in this ultra-violent and comically black Thai affair
As Arrested Development comes back from the dead, its creator talks about the “Rubik’s Cube” that is the new season, working with Netflix, and choosing to bleep out the swear words.
On the band’s latest album, the robots have found their souls
An “unfilmable” novel becomes an art movie of modest accomplishments and frustrations
Pitbull and Psy performed. And somebody took home a Mirrorball Trophy.