Natalie Portman delivers an utterly fearless performance in as a bitter, borderline unlikable home-wrecker.
Film is a state-of-the-union address on the sexual exploitation of American children.
A decorative but dullish historical fluff about the creation of Mozart's opera.
Tyler Perry provided most of the good at the weekend box office.
A diffuse yet fascinating account of four U.S. Army vets readjusting to civilian life.
When producers say studios have been relentlessly cutting costs, it's not just a complaint -- it's the truth.
Feeling pressure from studios and financiers, or just plain anxious about making a festival deadline, filmmakers sometimes shoot digitally rather than on film simply because they've heard that…
Homevideo distributors have long argued that just because you own a DVD doesn't mean you actually own a copy of the movie or show that's on it.
Eric Edmeades wasn't looking for a new business venture when he first visited Kerner Group.
An agoraphobe remembers the trip around Europe with his friend that sent him over the edge.
Why is surfing the Web akin to walking into a biker bar where everyone's getting hammered and ugly?
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions