Peter Sarsgaard and Jessica Chastain star in Michel Franco's quietly subdued character study, Memory. One of the highlights of TIFF and featuring dynamite performances from two veteran actors, Memory is a compassionate tale of two broken people longing for connection and stability.
An engrossing and enraging look at the opioid crisis, the A-list ensemble Dopesick is as highly-addictive as the drug its characters peddle to the masses.
The Survivor features yet another sensational performance for Ben Foster.
Jake Gyllenhaal's great performance is not enough to save The Guilty.
Edward Zwick's Bobby Fischer biopic Pawn Sacrifice puts the controversial figure in check, but does Fischer get off too easy?
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Although a taut thriller like Night Moves is a change of pace for normally minimalist director Kelly Reichardt, it's even more thrilling thanks to her knack for slow burning character work.
We talk to Night Moves director Kelly Reichardt about the genre aspects of her films, the temperament and contradictions of her characters, and why her films always feel rooted in specific moments.
Despite a clever, non-linear structure the biopic Lovelace narrows its focus too much to be an interesting or even all that original look at its subject.
Thanks to an excellent script and a knock-out leading performance from Cate Blanchett, Blue Jasmine is handily Woody Allen's best film since the early 1990s. Instead of being fun, playful, or genre based, it's emotional, real, and keenly perceptive.
With a story of a grumpy old man learning life lessons and pulling off heists with the help of a robot sounds like a concept that Disney would have come up with circa 1998, Robot & Frank is an incredibly sweet, charming, funny and deeply enjoyable movie that avoids grating sentimentality and builds actual excitement and emotion.
Wondercon attendees were treated to an extended trailer for the upcoming Green Lantern film last night. The trailer expands on a number of concepts that I was curious about, namely the setting up of the film's main villain (Parallax?) and introducing us to the Green Lantern Corps in their entirety.
The first trailer for DC and Warner Bros.' live-action Green Lantern film has hit the web. Green Lantern stars Ryan Reynolds as Hal Jordan, test pilot and man without fear – or rather man who is able to overcome fear as it was later retconned. The film is being directed by Martin Campbell (GoldenEye, Casino Royale) and also stars Blake Lively, Mark Strong, Peter Sarsgaard and Tim Robbins.
Entertainment Tonight teased fans tonight with the first footage from the upcoming live-action Green Lantern film. Green Lantern stars Ryan Reynolds as Hal Jordan, test pilot and man without fear - or rather man who is able to overcome fear as it was later retconned. The film also stars Blake Lively, Mark Strong, Peter Sarsgaard and Tim Robbins.
The Hollywood Reporter confirmed this week that actor Peter Sarsgaard is in talks to play Hector Hammond, the super-brained DC Comics villain in the upcoming Green Lantern movie. Hammond is to be the primary antagonist of Ryan Reynolds’ Hal Jordan in the film. Sarsgaard isn’t the only actor set to join Green Lantern though. Blake […]