A talky and mostly turgid attempt by British director David Yates to build on the epic vision he brought to the final four Harry Potter movies via another beloved literary hero.
The aptly named "The Shallows" recognizes that audiences are a lot more interested in open-sea thrillers when there's a pretty actress at stake.
For a talent whose career was cut short by a car accident at the age of 27, Anton Yelchin leaves behind an unusually long list of credits.
Directors Ron Clements and Jon Musker unveiled 19 minutes of their upcoming feature "Moana" at the Annecy Film Festival in France.
In what may as well be Illumination's answer to "Toy Story," "The Secret Life of Pets" imagines how domesticated animals behave while their owners' backs are turned, concentrating on a dynamic where…
In 1995, at pretty much the midpoint of Aardman Animations' 40-year history, the Bristol-based cartoon studio's co-founders, Peter Lord and David Sproxton, hatched the crazy idea of making a…
"A quotation is a handy thing to have about, saving one the trouble of thinking for oneself, always a laborious business." — A.A. Milne In "Tracktown," real-life distance runner Alexi Pappas plays…
Like watching a takedown of Hitler by a disillusioned Leni Reifenstahl, this insider's look at a real-life cult is one of the decade's strangest and most unsettling documentaries, especially given…
A Wallisian rugby prop weighing in at 111 kilos, with a massive battering-ram body and eyes that glower from behind his rugged, tribal-tattooed hide, Toki Pilioko has the sort of physique Hollywood…
Owen Gleiberman: Today I saw my final film of the festival, Paul Verhoeven's "Elle," starring Isabelle Huppert as an outwardly placid and conventional Parisian bourgeois who is secretly an addict of…
They say prostitution is the world's oldest profession, but that's only because crime doesn't pay, or else robbers, murderers and thieves would surely come first. Their exploits have been the stuff…