Flight Two of the new Enterprise finished below expectations, while ‘Iron Man Three’ broke the billion-dollar worldwide threshold
The tale of a truculent folksinger in early-’60s Greenwich Village comes to thrilling life only when it sings
With all the doom and gloom in its advertising (and title), could ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ be too grim for its core audience?
Iranian master Ashgar Farhadi and ‘The Artist’ star Bèrènice Bejo team for a harrowing martial thriller
A live outdoor television broadcast from the Cannes Film Festival was briefly interrupted Friday when what sounded like gunshots sent crew and spectators scurrying for cover.
A schoolgirl becomes a call girl in this evocative drama with a star-making role for Marine Vacth
Plan to drive fast, fight zombies and get hungover again
From Captain Kirk’s groundbreaking starship to Captain Picard’s interstellar cruise liner, TIME presents a brief history of the many ships called USS Enterprise
Greta Gerwig’s Frances is an endearing mess, trying to make it in the big city with a little help from her friends.
In her fictionalized account of the teen girls who robbed the homes of Hollywood celebrities, the director offers a portrait of the idle rich without coloring or character
The tale she’ll bring to the screen has quite a tale of its own
Screening on La Croisette this year are new offerings from Joel and Ethan Coen, Sofia Coppola, Jim Jarmusch, and Roman Polanski
In boldly going where no man has gone before, the crew of the Enterprise (in all its incarnations) have battled evil in many forms. TIME looks at some of the best (or, worst).