Patti Webster, a longtime publicist who represented stars including Usher, Janet Jackson, Chris Paul and Alicia Keys, died Friday at a hospital in Somerville, N.J., her firm announced. She was 49 and…
Amy Herzog speaks well for herself. In "The Great God Pan," the scribe takes a serious topic -- the long-term consequences of childhood sexual abuse -- and addresses it with intelligence and…
At an awards show notorious for predictability in so many categories, it's crucial for every other element of the Emmys to inject some life into the proceedings. Luckily, the 64th edition of the…
Largely set in 1980s Busan, "Nameless Gangster: Rules of the Time" is a rags-to-rogues crimer whose finely chiseled portraits of greed, self-preservation and depravity are buttressed by powerhouse…
Although it traffics freely in stereotypes and sitcom-style one-liners, "Gayby" is never less than likable as it tackles the complications that arise when a straight thirtysomething woman attempts to…
A tongue-tied virginal geek receives lessons in the art of the pickup in charmless Brit comedy "How to Stop Being a Loser."
Trippy pic shows the consequences of free-love living on the next generation.
Elvis hasn't left the building, but his presence is only partly felt in "Viva Elvis."
Urgent, artful and even austerely poetic, writer-director Tze Chun's "Children of Invention" has taken some time hitting theaters after a much-lauded tour of the fest circuit. But in that time, its…
A melodramatic account of the tempestuous final year of Leo Tolstoy's life.
HBO has acquired rights to Stuart Taylor Jr. and K.C. Johnson's book "Until Proven Innocent: Political Correctness and the Shameful Injustices of the Duke Lacrosse Rape Case."