A dusty, menacing Wild West outlaw. A rock star.
"Talk" represents another triumph for the actor, who, as a producer and activist, is also involved in trying to figure out a solution to the horrors in Darfur.
Philip Seymour Hoffman, who can play a homicidal sociopath ("Mission: Impossible 3") as convincingly as he does a drag queen ("Flawless"), seemed such a foregone conclusion for lead actor honors two…
Sheen completely reinvents himself as a victim of cerebral palsy, one who somehow manages to crack jokes and push social issues despite limited verbal skills and being confined to his wheelchair.
Architect Homayon Ershadi was literally sitting still when his life took an unexpected turn 11 years ago.
Although Finney only appears in the second half of the film, the five-time Oscar nominee arrives like a gangbuster thanks to Sidney Lumet's strong-handed direction.
When Paul Dano signed on to star in Paul Thomas Anderson's "There Will Be Blood," he anticipated it being a quick job.
The worst-case scenario, Emile Hirsch figures, would have been settling for being Sean Penn's drinking buddy.
After a small but memorable role in "Good Night, and Good Luck," his well-reviewed turn in "Evening" -- as an accomplished writer trying to put the finishing touches on his most recent book while…
The white hat/black hat gangster movie has a long history, all the way from O'Brien and Cagney in "Angels With Dirty Faces" to DiCaprio and Damon in "The Departed." Russell Crowe and Denzel…
Denzel Washington makes a point of not repeating himself in his roles, always looking for a new twist on a character.