Raised in a tiny New Hampshire village, population approximately 400, Robert Eggers frequently let his imagination stray to the rural area's occult past — a sensibility that feeds into his…
In the cranky, foul-mouthed tradition of bad grandpas, bad teachers, bad Santas and so forth, "The Bronze" unveils yet another vinegar-spirited comedic antihero: the bad sport.
Imagine your most embarrassing sexual encounter, preferably one that started out on Craigslist, Tinder or a virtual-connection space. Now picture how that cringe-inducing memory might look translated…
Watching movies can be a lot like chess. With enough practice, you start to anticipate the moves, adjusting your defenses so as not to be taken off-guard.
Easily the most fascinating film to come along and challenge traditional gender roles in the past year, "Fidelio, Alice's Journey" chronicles a sexually liberated female sailor's voyage of…
It's the morning that the Academy announces its Oscar nominations, and "The Lego Movie" is on the ballot. No surprise, right? Wrong. Thing is, "Lego" landed just one mention — in the song category…
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.