Making the first of an expected six film appearances in 2016 alone, the ever-prolific, never-selective Nicolas Cage at least seems to be enjoying himself more than usual in "The Trust."
A muscular exercise in brutal, relentless peril that should please genre fans.
USA Network’s “Mr. Robot” might feature a central character who can’t always be sure what’s real and what’s imaginary, but the show still prides itself on staying grounded by tackling some of the…
A two-hour online cat-video binge would yield as many "awws" and probably far more laughs than "Keanu," an initially amusing but fatally overstretched action-comedy.
On Saturday night, South by Southwest unveiled a work-in-progress midnight showing of New Line’s "Keanu," starring the Comedy Central duo Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele. But while the movie was…
One of the more inspired concoctions to emerge from the busy Blumhouse horror-thriller assembly line in recent years.
Walking a fine line between charming lark and smirking goof, Ti West's "In a Valley of Violence" is a Western homage that has its heart in the genre, but not so much in the story.
Waterworks are sparse in "Donald Cried," but there's plenty of anxious, cringe-inducing humor to be found in writer-director-star Kris Avedisian's comedy of discomfort.
A jagged, semi-impressionistic approach and two outstanding lead performances distinguish writer-director Joey Klein's "The Other Half" among the cinema's many portraits of self-destructiveness and…
The cast and executive producers of HBO’s “Silicon Valley” appeared at SXSW on Saturday for a raucous panel that previewed two scenes from the Season 3 premiere and gave fans insight into how the…
If "The Sound of Music" reps the Mother of all nun-out-of-water movies, and "Ida" the Superior, then Zach Clark's "Little Sister" is a far scrappier breed of rogue abbess.