Andrzej Wajda's stirring biopic of Polish Solidarity leader Lech Walesa is old-fashioned in the best sense.
Covering more than three decades of Metallica history, this first U.S. release from the revived Picturehouse Entertainment is a definitive document for fans.
James Gandolfini gives one of his final screen performances in this barbed yet compassionate ensemble comedy.
Alexander Payne's sixth feature is another low-concept, finely etched study of flawed characters stuck in life's well-worn grooves.
This madcap mystery-romance sustains a light, bouncy tone and a decent hit-to-miss laff ratio even in scenes involving strangulation, dismemberment and cannibalism.
"I resent this levity, sir." So says besuited neatnik John Simm as Gibbs, who has just been accused of plotting to murder his boss. That his line and plight are met with raucous laughter is…
Philip Roth and Dick Cheney are unlikely bedfellows (just try expunging that image from your mind), but there are interesting parallels in both the style and substance of two documentaries devoted to…
HBO has ordered the pilot "The Missionary," a Cold War spy thriller in which Aaron Paul is circling to star.
"Portrait of Wally" isn't just about stolen art: It's about cultural skulduggery, political sleaze, institutional hypocrisy and the virtues of persistence.
The Cannes Film Festival announced the full make-up of the competition jury on Wednesday.
A look at a year filled with revivals, troupers and box office wars.
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