From Hendrix to Hova—TIME rocks out with the greatest concert movies to ever hit the big screen.
As the summer movie season winds down, TIME takes a look at some of the biggest flops in box-office history.
From Pretty in Pink to Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, John Hughes, who died Aug. 6 at age 59, owned the 1980s teen comedy. TIME takes a look back at his greatest moments
A few weeks ago, I finally got around to seeing Persepolis, the animated adaption of Marjane Satrapi’s graphic novel memoirs of growing up in Iran, which I’d read years ago. I love the books in their own right, but this is a rare translation to screen that not only retells the story, but uses the medium’s own language to enhance it, …
For obvious reasons, I usually pass up the chance to promote special guest appearances by people flogging their new movies, albums or other projects. But this is just too weird. Will Ferrell is promoting the upcoming Land of the Lost movie by doing an upcoming Very Special Episode of… Man vs. Wild:
I can’t wait until Bear Grylls …
Pixar’s Toy Story 3 hits theaters June 18, the latest project from the studio to arrive stocked with unusual vocal talent. TIME surveys Pixar’s 11 feature films, and the peculiar voices that have helped these unforgettable …
Because there’s a lot of pop culture out there and I’m only one man—one lazy, lazy man—time.com has you covered:
* As the (visceral, fun and thrilling) Star Trek prequel/reimagining opens, J.J. Abrams offers up a video 10 Questions interview.
* Time.com critic Mary Pols reviews the new flick: “a brisk, joyous romp.” (Nerd …
Last night, to cleanse the experience of the NBC infront from my mind, I went to a screening of Star Trek. I might blog about it more later in the week; for now, I’ll say I liked it a lot, especially how the prequel stayed true to the spirit of the characters without being slavish toward the original series. Then again, I’m not much of a …
Hollywood seems incapable of making a movie about super smart or talented people without saddling them with emotional or mental problems. TIME looks at the best.
Most of the time, journalism is not that exciting (trust us, we know). But these movies do a superb job of making the business look glamorous, dangerous and fun.
As secular as Hollywood is, the entertainment industry recognizes the dramatic impact, and box office lure, of Jesus’ tale. TIME scanned a century of Messiah movies.
There is a long line of movies that celebrate one of life’s most vital relationships: A dude and his best buddy.
No low-key Oscars for these glamorous actresses. Despite rumors that this year’s ceremony would be toned down, the red-carpet regulars turned up the fashion volume. Jewelry also made a big statement.