Rashida Jones and Bill Murray star in another autobiographical exercise for Coppola.
There’s a lot to love in Jim Jarmusch’s zombie comedy, but the indie auteur also seems to be working in resigned autopilot mode.
Our on-site paparazzo caught the stars at premieres of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and The Dead Don’t Die, among others.
Our review of the new Jim Jarmusch zombie movie, a feature debut called Bull and more from the French film festival.
Isle of Dogs blends the auteur’s dollhouse style and love of Japanese cinema.
Jon Favreau’s all-star adaptation of this classic was sold as a grim Christopher Nolan-esque reimagining. It’s not quite that.
St. Vincent seems tailor-made for awards season. That’s not a good thing.
The director’s latest film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, is as intricate and symmetrical as ever. But it also managed to surprise us.
Our Screen Team takes a look at the weekend’s releases, including Hyde Park on Hudson, Gregory Crewdson: Brief Encounters, La mise à l’aveugle and Joy! Portrait of a Nun.