The prestigious Cannes Film Festival was founded in 1946. TIME’s Richard Corliss reflects on its most noteworthy premieres.
The list of movie greats who never won an Academy Award is long and sad, but there are significant artists and pictures eliminated from contention before Oscar races even begin. Here are 10 classics the Academy ignored
TIME’s Richard Corliss names the best films of the decade, from an epic fantasy trilogy to a controversial documentary.
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.
Before reading this guest post by TIME movie critic Richard Corliss, plant some azaleas while watching the latest episode of Big Love…
Big news: In a backyard ceremony, Bill Henrickson (Bill Paxton) took counter-girl Ana (Branka Katic) as his fourth wife. This concluded a courtship that spread over two of the series’ three seasons, …
Cold War fears made the 1950s a golden era for paranoid science-fiction flicks. TIME looks back at the decade’s best outer-space and nuclear-monster movies.
Paul Newman died in 2008 at the age of 83. TIME’s Richard Corliss looked back through his most memorable movie roles.
In honor of Black History Month, TIME critic Richard Corliss surveys nearly a century of cinema, and reflects on 25 defining works that broke down the walls of intolerance on the big screen
The Coen Brothers return with the thriller No Country for Old Men, starring Javier Bardem as a psycho killer, Tommy Lee Jones as a saintly sheriff, and Josh Brolin as a man on the run. A look back at the Coens’ best movie moments.
From silent vampires to animated murders to sharks that won’t die, TIME chronicles the best from more than a century’s worth of big-screen scares
Every movie fan loves a bad guy (or gal). TIME’s Richard Corliss picks cinema’s best.
From a sheik’s son to a gay cowboy, these films get a heartfelt nod from TIME’s Richard Corliss.