In 1962, the same year that a quartet of working-class New Jersey youths called the Four Seasons shot to the top of the pop charts with the irresistible doo-wop single "Sherry," a solo artist from…
When Quentin Tarantino riffed on the homoeroticism of "Top Gun," little could he have known that, two decades later, the LGBT community would get a fighter-jock opus to call its very own.
"When you look at the roles she's played, they're so diverse it can blow your mind," observed Robert Redford of Glenn Close in a videotaped message screened at Wednesday night's Celebrate Sundance…
An obsessive friendship between two teenage girls unfolds with equal amounts of tenderness and terror in Melanie Laurent's "Breathe."
Directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller have followed up their sly franchise reboot with an inevitable sequel that is, at least in part, a sly, self-referencing commentary on the inevitability of…
There's more dialogue in the first reel of Lisandro Alonso's "Jauja" than in all four of the young Argentinian director's prior narrative features combined.
The saddles don't blaze in "A Million Ways to Die in the West," and the pacing is limper than a three-legged horse.
Our top reviewers discuss the standouts of a festival that, as usual, proved to be far richer than the negative early buzz suggested.
Ken Loach has taken a despicable episode of modern Irish history and made a surprisingly lovely, heartfelt film from it with "Jimmy's Hall."
"Contempt" meets "Lassie" in Jean-Luc Godard's "Goodbye to Language," a characteristically vigorous, playful, mordant commentary on everything from the state of movies to the state of the world.