The movie is small, but the part, playing an alcoholic hipster trying to get sober, was big and special. Winstead, best known for movies like Final Destination 3 and Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, went for it.
Scary, but you’ll still sleep… Ethan Hawke plays a true crime writer who gets a little too close to his latest project—the investigation of a gruesome multiple murder
Director Andrea Arnolds uses novice actors and natural settings in an admirably realist take on Emily Brontë’s only novel. Bonus: You may pick up some tricks on how to catch and kill rabbits.
A 12 year-old supports himself and his sister by stealing skis high on a Swiss mountaintop. His racket is clever, his backstory heartbreaking. Catch this thief.
Leighton Meester plays the 24 year-old who falls in love with her dad’s married best friend (Hugh Laurie). It’s all much less traumatic than it sounds.
Maggie Gyllenhaal gives an intense and over-the-top, I-want-my-Oscar performance as a fictional school reformer
The world’s monsters are all scared of humans, so they hide out at a hotel run by Count Dracula (Adam Sandler). Let’s call it Motel Monsters, Inc.
In this raunchy comedy set in the world of competitive collegiate a cappella (yeah, that’s a thing), Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson and Elizabeth Banks hit all the right notes
If there’s one thing we learned from this feast-for-the-eyes documentary, made by Vreeland’s granddaughter-in-law, it’s that the mind has to race to keep up with the inimitable Vogue editor
First-time feature film director Nicholas Jarecki stacks this financial thriller with twists, turns and strong performances
Sitcom star Josh Radnor—Ted from ‘How I Met Your Mother’—makes a film about a mid-30s admissions officer who falls for a free spirited college student (Elizabeth Olsen)
She’s perennially a supporting actress, but in the sexy, funny new indie ‘Hello I Must Be Going, Lynskey gets to be the star. She’s worried you’ll hate her.
The movie features three interwoven stories of writers—played by Bradley Cooper, Dennis Quaid and Ben Barnes—and yet none of them manage to make the story convincing