Lara Zizic and David Turner's engrossing documentary lays out the case against Southern Baptist pastor Pat Robertson.
The best way to describe the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards is by comparing the whole confab to a sandwich: Justin Timberlake is the high quality, freshly sliced deli meat that finds itself trapped…
As summer trips go, "Siberia" isn't a bad idea, but the series already appears to be a victim of seriously bad timing — sentenced to the scheduling equivalent of you-know-where, what with CBS' "Under…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
After having spent two consecutive years at the Upper West Side Beacon Theater, The Tony Awards returned to Radio City Music Hall for their 67th show.
How naive am I, to think I could enjoy my Panda Express while watching Sunday’s “Girls” on HBO. Titled “On All Fours,” the episode danced through cringe-worthy scenes that left me with an…
Zhang Yuan tempers his bleak outlook with resilient dry humor that makes his memorable characters' struggles for survival surprisingly enjoyable, and could snag the film an arthouse release.
A dream cast (Paul Rudd, Michael Shannon, Kate Arrington and Ed Asner) brings so much humanity to these oddball characters -- a young evangelical Christian couple, their reclusive neighbor and a…
"War films are wonderful challenges," says Thomas Walsh, president of the Art Directors Guild. "But they're right at the top of the food chain in terms of assignments that are difficult to do well."
Kneehigh is back in top form with this stunningly intelligent dance and musical theater version of a Grimm's fairytale.
"Julia's Eyes" looks fine and has fun with some interesting ideas, but stumbles.
Three estranged brothers bond during a trip across India in Wes Anderson's seriocomedy.