"Cloverfield" star Michael Stahl-David finds himself embroiled in yet another pseudo-verite experiment, as a trio of young college grads turn the cameras on themselves while orchestrating a…
Ever wonder what all those writers have been doing with their pent-up creativity during the strike? They've put it into the Internet.
The closer you listen, the more terrifying "No Country for Old Men" becomes. That's because in scenes so quiet as to be almost completely silent (save for the low, ghostly howl of the West Texas…
It happened very quietly somewhere between "Intolerable Cruelty" and "The Ladykillers."
Oliver Irving's droll comedy is a taxing reminder that middle-class depression ranks among cinema's least engaging topics.
Spoiler alert: Not since "Psycho" has a lead character made such a conspicuous mid-movie exit as well-meaning Llewelyn Moss (Josh Brolin) does in the Coen brothers' "No Country for Old Men." But…
Film school students and other garden variety cinemasochists will have a field day with Lionsgate's three-disc Jean-Luc Godard set, which contains four challenging late-career works by French…
Viral video creation didn't start with YouTube, but the paradigm changed the instant Chad Hurley and Steve Chen launched their visionary Flash-based video-sharing platform in early 2005.
A New Mexico outcast thrashes his way to the bigtime in an absurdist underdog yarn that feels positively Martian.
"You know, I didn't expect so much screaming," confides one father between flashy production numbers in "Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert."
Philadelphia's colorful Mummers' Parade bookends an unsentimentalized portrait of 21st-century divorce in "The New Year Parade."