After a surprisingly strong remake, Steven R. Monroe delivers exactly the kind of bottom-feeding exploitation trash one expected the last time around.
Day of the Woman
Shortly before the Saturday preem of Paramount's "Labor Day" at the Ryerson Theater, Jason Reitman told Variety that it's "very different from my previous films." It is indeed, and awards voters who…
Comedy fans have come on board "We're the Millers" with a first-day launch of $6.8 million at 3,150 locations on Wednesday. The launch signals a five-day total above $30 million range for "Millers,"…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Boone Isaacs, DeGeneres enhance the possibility of a coming Oscarcast that won't be as divisive as February's.
It's a mystery almost worthy of the Time Lord himself – who will succeed Matt Smith as the new Doctor Who? Speculation in the U.K. is rampant that the Beeb will tap a woman to play the 12th…
A ludicrous marital drama-cum-morality play from contemporary black cinema's most prolific multihyphenate.
The successes of "Amour" and "Barbara" this season show that certain foreign pics can still penetrate domestic consciousness and commerce, and the French/Italian import "There Will Come a Day," with…
Kudos stage a convention of unconvention
Debut Polish director Maria Sadowska's "Women's Day," about the humiliating conditions local supermarkets force on female employees, won the prize for best film and $25,000 Saturday at the closing of…
A rigorous two-hander, Noah Buschel's latest tale of margin-dwellers (after "The Missing Person" and "Neal Cassaday") couples an agoraphobic ex-actress who hasn't left her apartment for months with…
Love must be blind. How else to explain Rattlestick's infatuation with "A Summer Day," a peculiar piece by Jon Fosse that returns Karen Allen, beloved heroine of Steven Spielberg's Indiana Jones…