The new X-Men movie isn’t great, but it does forge a weird, broken identity of its own.
Familiar faces from Hollywood, Quebec and France descend on the 70th edition of the world’s most prestigious film fest.
The Huntsman: Winter’s War follows a movie that’s arguably more memorable for its on-set scandal than the film itself.
A Most Violent Year is being hyped as heir apparent to The Godfather and Scarface. It isn’t, and it’s all the better for it.
Christopher Nolan’s highly anticipated space drama contains everything he does best AND pretty pure distillations of the things he’s terrible at.
Executive-produced by Guillermo del Toro and starring Oscar nominee Jessica Chastain and Game of Thrones‘s Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, this horror flick holds the promise of being a thoughtful, nuanced ghost story, but doesn’t deliver.
Kathryn Bigelow’s much-buzzed, Oscar-nominated drama about the hunt for Bin Laden is as cinematically sharp as it is politically problematic.
Director John Hillcoat teams up with his The Proposition screenwriter, moonlighting goth-rock kingpin Nick Cave, for this Prohibition-era gangster film set in the backwoods of Kentucky. If you’re thinking Boardwalk Empire meets Justified, you’re not too far off.