The Mad Women’s Ball is a stark portrayal of women betrayed by a patriarchal society determined to silence them.
What do Spike Lee and members of the Cannes jury love about the famous film festival? We asked!
Oxygen (“Oxygène”), director Alexandre Aja’s follow-up to 2019’s gorily entertaining, Crawl, gives Mélanie Laurent a chance to shine.
6 Underground, the new blockbuster film from Netflix and Michael Bay is as enthralling or problematic as you want it to be.
Netflix and Ryan Reynolds unleash Bay-hem in an action-packed 6 Underground trailer.
It would be easy to dismiss By The Sea as an excuse for a celebrity couple to shoot a glamorous film in an exotic locale, but writer/ director Angelina Jolie Pitt has created a contemplation of marriage that is actually artistic and noteworthy.
Claudia Llosa takes us on an ethereal, sleepy, at times inexplicable, sub-arctic journey into the mystical world of healing in her English language directorial debut, Aloft.
Breathe Contemporary World Cinema Seemingly all actors want to be able to direct, so it’s often a pleasant when they turn out to be pretty decent at it. Breathe is a slow burn of a movie that sneaks up on you with some pretty dark stuff. Charlie and Sarah (Joséphine Japy & Lou de Laâge) […]
Quietly menacing and deeply cerebral, Dennis Villeneuve’s unnerving psychological thriller Enemy gets a huge boost from a great dual performance from Jake Gyllenhaal as a man whose potential double life could be splitting the fabric of space and time around him.
We sit down with actor Jake Gyllenhaal and Canadian director Denis Villeneuve about their second collaboration on the award winning doppelganger thriller Enemy and about the clearly defined roles of the main characters, how the simplest mannerisms can define an entire character, who Gyllenhaal thinks the real protagonist of the film is, why Villeneuve wanted to set and shoot the film in Toronto, and if they will collaborate again.
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Now You See Me is a deliriously fun, albeit silly movie, but if you were thinking of seeing a movie about and all star cast of magicians pulling off heists from the director of The Transporter what did you think you were buying a ticket for?
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