The world's gone blurry in Michael Mann's "Blackhat," a surprisingly inelegant, yet breathlessly up-to-the-minute thriller in which the FBI recruits an incarcerated hacker to help thwart an…
It's one thing to be imprisoned for a crime you didn't commit, but in the unique case of unlucky pediatric nurse Lucia de Berk, the woman was labeled a serial killer by the media and locked away for…
Walter works at the movie theater in a small town, where he believes he's the son of God, tasked by the Man upstairs with deciding whether those around him are going to heaven or hell.
Not many people can say they've witnessed a bank robbery, but Swedish director Ruben Ostlund has.
As interns for Ridley Scott's commercial production company, RSA, Benson and Moorhead were little more than glorified gofers, but they have that gig to thank for introducing them to one another.
Though Baker's sincere curiosity about marginal characters sets him apart, the filmmaker insists it's neither the exceptional personalities nor their unique subcultures that have motivated his five…
This year, the Academy set another record in its foreign-language Oscar category, attracting submissions from 83 different countries. That's a major accomplishment for a competition whose organizers…
One of the most disappointing realities about 2014 was that as box office shrank compared to last year, independent films were often hit the hardest. Despite stellar reviews, even festival darlings…
For those who think James Bond has gotten a little too serious in his old age, "Kingsman: The Secret Service" brings the irreverence back to the British spy genre, offering a younger, streetwise…
Legend has is that the seventh son of a seventh son is born with certain special powers, which, in Joseph Delaney's "Wardstone Chronicles" fantasy-lit series, include the ability to see supernatural…