The hours before the live broadcast of the Screen Actors Guild Awards on TNT are always filled with prognosticating and fashion, but there are also two coveted honors that are announced as guests…
You don't have to know anything about "Britain's Got Talent" winner Paul Potts in order to whistle the tune of "One Chance."
Mia Wasikowska gives a fine, flinty performance in this beautifully rendered adaptation of Robyn Davidson's international bestseller.
A week after Bradley Manning's sentencing in the U.S., this slick, smarter-than-usual British courtroom thriller challenges the validity of policies that shield key evidence from public scrutiny.
Your monthly rent is probably scarier than this truly vacant thriller from writer-director Michael Taverna.
This generally uninspired mashup of "Ghostbusters" and "Men in Black" benefits from a hilariously free-associative performance by Jeff Bridges.
Only the genre faithful need apply, but this found-footage horror-thriller should put first-time director Richard Raaphorst on Hollywood's radar.
Andrew Douglas' fact-based account of teen violence is salaciously watchable but finally hokey.
An impressively crafted, immensely satisfying contempo thriller that astutely tackles the hot-button issue of tensions between indigenous and European Australians.
Thudding shocks and predictability dull the edge of this futuristic horror movie.
M. Night Shyamalan's latest non-happening will prove a litmus test of Will Smith's continued drawing power.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
- Oscars: With Historic ‘Moonlight’ Win, the Academy Embraces Empathy Over Escapism
- Oscar-Winner Casey Affleck Calls Denzel Washington ‘One of the First People Who Taught Me How to Act’
- Epic Oscars Mistake: Faye Dunaway, Warren Beatty Announce Wrong Best Picture Winner
- ‘La La Land’ Makes Damien Chazelle Youngest Best Director Winner in Oscars History