A wondrous comedienne, a troubled spirit and the great media magnet of her era, the blond bombshell spilled the secrets of her abused childhood for the readers of TIME in 1956
Colin Farrell is no Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Len Wiseman can’t come near to matching Paul Verhoeven’s 1990 version of the Philip K. Dick science-fiction classic
From ‘The Best Man’ to ‘Myra Breckinridge,’ nothing was out of bounds in the work of this famed man of letters
Don’t believe the doomsday hype about audiences frightened to go to the movies. If they stayed home on Friday, it was only to watch the Olympic spectacular
Still a prime seducer, the star of Hollywood rom-coms goes weird and wild in William Friedkin’s entertainingly outrageous movie
Three top comedy stars and the director of SNL’s funniest videos team up for a tired comedy with sci-fi elements. These guys can be so smart — where are their brains?
Designed to be this summer’s hot indie comedy, the latest from the duo that directed ‘Little Miss Sunshine’ woos but doesn’t seduce
While grieving over the Aurora killings, Americans still flocked to theaters, giving the finale to the Batman trilogy the all-time top opening gross of any 2-D film
An outrage that mimics the mayhem in The Dark Knight Rises renews the debate on the link between violence in movies and in real life
This French romantic drama boasts the rustic virtues of a vanished movie age
Make way, puny Avengers, for the grand tale of a superhero in emotional crisis, as Gotham City faces economic collapse and a reign of terror. Can Batman even come to his own rescue?
The prehistoric-critters toon opened so-so at home, but did thaw-some business abroad, as the shadow of Batman looms over the summer movie landscape
The great 1952 musical celebrates its 60th anniversary on DVD and in real movie houses. That’s something to sing and dance about