Some movies demand more than one opinion. In the new 3-View column, our trio of top critics take on divisive pics from conflicting angles.
Terrence Malick continues to take bold risks, courting ridicule and rapture in equal measure, with "To the Wonder," his first full-on treatment of that oldest of movie subjects, romantic love.
Cinematographer's career catches fire with pyromaniacal 'Bellflower'
Five-time Oscar-nominee Caleb Deschanel talks about Emmanuel Lubezki's work on "The Tree of Life."
The Austin Film Critics Association today announced its 2011 awards, with Martin Scorsese's ode to classic cinema, ''Hugo,'' winning best film and Nicolas Winding Refn earning best director for…
"The Artist" got an early award-season boost from the New York Film Critics Circle, which tapped the Weinstein Co.'s silent, black-and-white homage to cinema history for its top feature kudo and…
After their triumphant dramatic success with "No Country for Old Men," the Coen brothers revert to sophomoric snarky mode in "Burn After Reading."