Children’s television icon Fred Rogers becomes an unlikely hero for a struggling Esquire writer.
A catalogue of genre-bending experiments, bold new voices, and revelatory career peaks.
Noble intentions aside, Scott Z. Burns’ historical drama fails to impress.
Legendary actor-turned-filmmaker discusses the soundtrack to his new film Motherless Brooklyn.
As far as legal dramas go, though, it’s quite good.
Noah Baumbach’s latest dramedy is equal parts heartbreaking and hilarious.
A tough-as-nails list for one of the toughest actors to ever hit celluloid.
High school history teachers will love this one on rainy days.
The Lighthouse director discusses the lure of antiquity and mythos of birds.
Do you hate flying? Are you terrified of dogs? Do you loathe spiders? Fear no more!
Also: In 15 minutes, Robert Pattinson mops the floor with Timothée Chalamet.
Noah Hawley was more interested in being the guy who made this movie than in actually making it.