If you can't trust the talking cat — or perhaps the question should be if you can — whom do you trust?
Casting agents of independent cinema, take note: If Kristen Stewart is too busy or expensive for your project, Swedish newcomer Erika Linder is more than happy to step in.
2017 has been a pretty great year for the Kidman faithful, prompting Variety critic Guy Lodge to launch a Twitter poll tournament dedicated to her career.
Vast, impenetrable reams of aphoristic waffle are spouted by the characters in "Salt and Fire," but minutes from the end of Werner Herzog's thoroughly peculiar new narrative outing, the protagonist…
If your girlish daydreams of pirouettes, adoring spotlights and blush-pink tutus were darkly dashed by the shattered psychological mindwarp of "Black Swan," take heart: "Leap!" is here to generously…
In "Ghost in the Shell," the mind and soul of a brilliant original being are extracted, preserved and rehoused in a sleek, expensively built, technologically advanced new carapace, enhancing her…
What initially seems most inscrutable about "Gray House" — its simmering, stuttering aesthetics, its blend of straight-arrow documentary testimony and languidly constructed visual art, the…
With the documentary market recently inundated with Syria-themed titles, one title is emerging as the most decorated of the lot.
To twist a popular Twitter meme, life comes at you fast — and at the same time, slowly as molasses — in "Quest," Jonathan Olshefski's living, breathing, stunning documentary study of an…
Back in 2011, America — well, the small fraction of America that watched Simon Cowell’s botched U.S. transfer of “The X Factor” — saw 13-year-old Rachel Crow break down in wailing fashion when she…
There is nothing like a dame, and at the grand age of 83, Dame Joan Collins is still nothing like one — not by the Queen's definition of the term, at least.