Anyone who's had a child can relate to the central situation of Yasmina Reza's "God of Carnage," in which a playground tiff ends in a bloodied mouth and a parental conference to sort out the…
As overseas humanism takes many forms, lighter-hearted entries could break through phalanx of earnest political pics.
Arguably one of the most worshipful biopics about an actor to date, "My Week With Marilyn" recalls the period in Marilyn Monroe's career when she filmed "The Prince and the Showgirl" at Pinewood…
Much like Kristen Wiig's protagonist in Paul Feig's blockbuster, the odds on "Bridesmaids" making it to the stage on the big night seem kinda iffy.
This year's documentary Oscar race just got bigger. With a rule change that allows films to qualify over a 16-month period (Sept. 1, 2010, to Dec. 31, 2011, instead of just September to August)…
As head of the FBI for nearly four decades, J. Edgar Hoover knew the secrets of some of the country's most powerful men, but fiercely guarded his own.
Michel Hazanavicius's graceful, witty and emotional throwback to silent films, set in Hollywood in the late 1920s and itself dialogue-less, was a sensation at Cannes this year, winning star Jean…
Honorary Oscar recipient brings authority to his roles
The "Godfather of Makeup" never stopped innovating the industry.
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