Jules and Gédéon Naudet's latest documentary gives unparalleled access to the catastrophic events of January 6, 2021.
Sacha Baron Cohen's Borat returns after a 14-year hiatus for a caustic, scathing, ultimately hilarious indictment of Trump's America.
...and we don’t know whether to laugh or cry. Watch Steve Carell in the first trailer and get a sneak peek at a fictionalized version of the newest branch of the US military.
Kristen Stewart shines in a middling biopic about actress Jean Seberg.
Edward Norton discusses adapting Jonathan Lethem's Motherless Brooklyn for the big screen and the age of Donald Trump.
Will O'Neill discusses the economy, his new game, and the social function of lying.
Time for another No-Budget Nightmares treat, and they don’t get much bigger than Frank Henenlotter’s microbudget bad taste sleaze horror classic Basket Case!
We speak with director John Madden (Shakespeare in Love) about his new political thriller Miss Sloane, working with Jessica Chastain again, and the junk he finds hard to throw away.
On the eve of his retirement, it's time to reevaluate the career of the most hated man in cinema.
Zootopia feels like Disney's admirable attempt to right its racist past. Things are no longer black and white in this nuanced allegory about prejudice disguised by good intentions.
The Central Park Five looks back at an extraordinary miscarriage of justice at a time when we should all be questioning just how aggrandizing the media can be during times of tragedy.