All these films remind us how wonderful, or at least interesting, this time of year can be.
Denzel Washington excels in an uneven, yet compelling, legal drama and character study.
Yorgos Lanthimos’ latest clinical exercise in families and violence offers a Rorschach test for its viewers.
The latest from Dan Gilroy (Nightcrawler) explores the consequences of an activist lawyer’s loss of idealism.
Some of the best films of the year could still be on the way.
Nobody’s in control in the first teaser trailer for Yorgos Lanthimos’ The Killing of a Sacred Deer: Watch
The film, which premiered to critical acclaim at Cannes, opens on October 27th.
The studio’s latest update hits theaters in 2019 and reunites Burton with Danny DeVito and Michael Keaton.
Sofia Coppola finds something savage and splendid in her southern gothic drama.
What’s funny is that you’ve probably seen most of these on TV.
An injured Union soldier is hidden inside an all-girls school located within Confederate territory.
Colin Farrell is currently in talks to star opposite with filming to begin in March.
Even a Muggle can see this uplifting fantasy’s value in the face of grim realities.