A deeper dive into the filmography of one of modern cinema’s most eclectic directors.
Director chimes back in on the 20-year-old debate.
This ill-conceived melodrama buries its gifted cast under a series of poor storytelling choices.
The 2004 Oscar winner is just the latest film to get the series treatment.
Kate Winslet, Edward Norton, Helen Mirren, and Michael Peña also star in the dramedy.
Chicago hero and blues legend James “Jim” Belushi will also star
Marking the first time both movie titans have worked together on a project.
Ellen Ripley, Jack and Rose, and multiple Bonds and Van Dammes own the night.
For every negative, there was a slightly awesome positive.
There are some stars that we’ll never let go…
A whole lot less than the sum of its (sometimes) great parts.
Titanic 2.0 may just give Leonardo DiCaprio a second chance at life.