"Incendies" helmer Denis Villeneuve's psychological thriller "Enemy," based on Jose Saramago's novel "The Double" and starring Jake Gyllenhaal as a man and his double, will world preem in the Toronto…
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An utterly brazen mix of screwball comedy, film noir and sharp social commentary that hits its own strange bullseye more often than not.
Matt Wolf's mesmerizing, scrapbook-style docu conveys how the world developed the idea of the teenager.
Where is the worst possible place to be in the theater? About twenty minutes ahead of the action. That, alas, is where audiences for "Longing" find themselves. Anyone attracted to successful novelist…
More than three decades after his death, Alfred Hitchcock is having quite a year.
"Hitchcock" is a diverting but dramatically insipid account of how the Master of Suspense took his biggest gamble and delivered his greatest success with "Psycho."
Two weeks after appearing in GQ Magazine, fashion blogger Megan Collins has signed with manager Brooklyn Weaver of Energy Entertainment as Hollywood looks to capitalize on the potential of her brand.
Drearily protracted two-hander made on a shoestring reps Bernard Rose's fourth and least interesting adaptation of a Leo Tolstoy text.
"Hit & Miss" is a British import starring Chloe Sevigny as a transgender assassin for hire who inherits stewardship of four kids, including the son she didn't know she'd fathered.
Frisky and frivolous, Woody Allen's "To Rome With Love" serves up four comical vignettes in the latest stop on the director's breezy tour of romantic Euro locales.
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