"The Lego Movie" understands how fans interact with the brand and answers with a mile-a-minute geekstravaganza that immerses kids — and the adults who only think outgrew their old playsets — at…
Some movies boast casts of thousands. "Locke" relies on just one actor, a virtually unrecognizable Tom Hardy, who calmly juggles multiple crises via cellphone from behind the wheel of his BMW SUV…
An off-kilter black comedy about a seriously disturbed schizophrenic who speaks to his pets — and whose pets respond with unsolicited feedback about his new serial-killer hobby — "The Voices" serves…
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A schoolyard full of anklebiters develops a genuine taste for flesh in "Cooties," an irreverent, off-color zom-com that seizes on the scourge of playgrounds everywhere when a spontaneous outbreak of…
Another half-formed feature from indie cinema's most prolific doodler, "Happy Christmas" demonstrates that Joe Swanberg is better at making babies than he is at making movies.
In their second conversation from the 30th Sundance Film Festival, our chief critics take on the rise of technology, the difficulty of diversity, and the differences between self-examination and…
"We're not trash, we're good people," insists 14-year-old Andrew in "Rich Hill," an open-hearted portrait of impoverished American life named after the tiny Missouri town where it takes place.
Attacking the status quo with infectious humor rather than strident criticism, Gillian Robespierre's uproarious "Obvious Child" centers a good old-fashioned romantic comedy around a woman's decision…
Scott Foundas, Justin Chang and Peter Debruge weigh in on the best and brightest of Park City 2014.
With the exception of Tim Burton, few American directors have maintained a stronger auteurial hold on their careers than Araki, who seizes on "White Bird" as a chance to explore familiar issues of…
Let's say you want to shag a sexy British indie rocker. "Song One" not only instructs you on how to go about it, but also suggests your lucky score could inspire the first track on his next album.