Natasha Lyonne, Richard Kind, Annaleigh Ashford, and more also appear.
From A Face in the Crowd to Zodiac, our own reflection can be seen in our true crime obsession.
The second Tom Holland outing still works as a comedy, but less as a spectacle.
Major spoilers. You’ve been warned.
He’ll star and executive produce Gary Shteyngart’s 2018 novel, Lake Success.
Dan Gilroy and Jake Gyllenhaal’s much-hyped reunion falls short of expectations.
We’re not in New York City anymore.
Co-starring Rene Russo, John Malkovich, and Toni Collette.
Like any of the dozens of characters on this list, the genre just won’t die.
Looks like ol’ Jakey boy has been going to the comic book store.
A selection of 112 feature-length films have been selected, representing 33 countries and 45 first-time filmmakers!
Carey Mulligan steals the show in Paul Dano’s nuanced, thoughtful directorial debut.