As might be expected from a movie set in the intersecting worlds of evangelical Christianity and pro wrestling, every dramatic beat lands as subtly as a blow to the head in "The Masked Saint."
Anne V. Coates, who won an Oscar for editing "Lawrence of Arabia" and also cut "Becket," "In the Line of Fire" and "Out of Sight," will be feted with the Los Angeles Film Critics Assn.'s Career…
Arriving in theaters several months after Gus Van Sant's "The Sea of Trees" bombed at the Cannes Film Festival, "The Forest" can't help but benefit from the comparison.
(SPOILER ALERT: This column gives away major plot details from "The Hateful Eight" and may ruin your enjoyment of several Agatha Christie mysteries, particularly “And Then There Were None” and…
When Sight & Sound magazine revealed the results of its year-end film poll last month, the announcement hailed 2015 as “a year of strong female characters and stories, with seven of the poll's top 10…
If the first "Star Wars" (1977) hadn't already been rebranded "A New Hope," that optimistic title might have applied just as well to "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," by any measure a rousing, even…
The scenery ain't bad but the laughs are tumbleweed-sparse in "The Ridiculous 6," a Western sendup so lazy it barely qualifies as parody.
It's shaping up to be a veritable Park City homecoming week in the festival's 2016 Premieres slate, which was unveiled today along with the Documentary Premieres, Spotlight, Sundance Kids and Special…
After wholeheartedly embracing the art of the con in "American Hustle," David O. Russell shifts gears and celebrates the virtues of honesty, grit and can-do spirit with "Joy."
Few prestige directors have so fully committed to the notion of cinema as an endurance test as Alejandro G. Inarritu, and he pushes himself, the audience and an aggrieved 19th-century frontiersman…
He sees you when you're sleeping, he knows when you're awake. He's got horns, hooves and an army of malevolent elves, and his name sounds like a bad case of abdominal bloat.