Despite Woody Allen's insoluble association with New York (and a more-than-implied aversion to Los Angeles), the writer-director found new vitality in a carefree sojourn abroad this year with…
The founding of psychoanalysis was begging to come to the screen.
Field slowly comes into focus as voters assess year-end releases, leaving hope for little guys.
Before "Martha Marcy May Marlene" debuted at Sundance, its chief talking point was that annoyingly alliterative title.
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…
Honorary Oscar recipient brings authority to his roles
The "Godfather of Makeup" never stopped innovating the industry.
Hyphenate discussing roles with Perry, Daniels, Demme