While the film tantalizes viewers with the Avatar auteur’s name, James Cameron wisely had little to do with this underground misadventure
As a homewrecking second wife struggling to win over her new stepson, Natalie Portman may have found her most intimate, sympathetic role yet
Cancel the office pool and forget the Vegas bookmakers, because a certain movie about a stammering monarch looks set to be the big winner at the 83rd Academy Awards
As an old exorcist teaching a young seminarian a few new tricks, Anthony Hopkins does his best to animate the latest entrant in an already swollen film subgenre
Natalie Portman has made a career out of playing composed, high-achieving heroines. Unwinding enough to pull off this relaxed, raunchy romantic comedy may be her toughest challenge yet
As the 2012 Sundance film festival kicks off, TIME’s Richard Corliss reflects on more than three decades worth of hits from the indie conclave.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s Golden Globes — the least reputable and most avidly watched pre-Oscar awards show — validated critical opinion last night by handing out prizes to the perceived leaders in many Academy …
The dilemma of Ron Howard’s new comedy, starring Vince Vaughn and Kevin James, is that it doesn’t know what it wants to be
The nationwide film critics’ associations have named their best films and actors of 2010, with ‘The Social Network,’ Colin Firth, Natalie Portman and Christian Bale taking an early lead for the Academy Awards
Francis died Sunday, Jan. 2, of pancreatic cancer at a rest home in Santa Barbara, Calif. She was 80.
The other Thursday, as people walked in early to one of the 500 theaters where the RiffTrax demolition of Reefer Madness was scheduled to play, they found one of those pre-show movie trivia games in progress on-screen. “MOVIE MISTAKES,” one card read. “Furry Vengeance was classified as a movie on the Internet Movie Database.” And: “We
Before reading this post, enjoy dinner and a show at a Benihana restaurant, then watch last night’s Mad Men.
Sally Draper got a haircut, and Roger Sterling a dressing down, in the fifth and strongest episode of the fourth season. Streamlined compared with last week’s scattershot plot, the new hour, titled “The Chrysanthemum and the …
Why is this Mad Men Watch being posted on the weekend? Three reasons. Because I had to think through my initial disappointment and confusion about season 4, episode 4: “The Rejected.” (Indeed, my first impulse after watching …