Mark Wahlberg leads another muscular session, while most Oscar hopefuls languish
In its patented swanky-trashy style, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association lures the stars to its party and TV viewers to a glimpse of Tinseltown at play
Sequels slumped, stars went dark and animated features lost their luster in the worst year for ticket sales since 1995.
Queen Latifah and Dolly Parton star in an aggressively uplifting musical that will leave you either snarling or singing—maybe both
Disney’s 1991 animated feature retains its lilt, glow and magic
Ten years ago, the Museum of Modern Art’s Film Stills Archive was closed, and a priceless heritage denied to the public
The reviewers groups favored The Artist, George Clooney and Michelle Williams. Will their preferences be reflected in the Oscar nominations?
For once, the box office enjoys a ‘normal’ week: big bucks from a cheapo thriller, star-driven action films and a Chipmunks movie make it seem like old times
A quarter-century after the French director began it, his grand film essay on movies is finally available in America
Tom Terrific helps spur the box office to a 3% boost over same time, last year
Director Asghar Farhadi shows how, even in the nicest families, things can go horribly wrong
With the help of some great makeup, Streep slips into Thatcher’s skin and finds the British PM’s mettle as well as her metal
One icon of German modernism pays thrilling tribute to another in Wenders’ 3-D doc on the late Pina Bauch’s Wuppertal Dance Theater Company