By balancing its epic score with ABBA and David Bowie, Ridley Scott’s film reimagines the final frontier as a place of whimsy, not wonder.
In a story in which everything goes wrong, the filmmakers and stars do everything right.
But the movie’s rise from a shelved failure to a cult hit to a beloved cultural staple is thanks to its dedicated groups of fans.
A new TV project helmed by the Oscar-winning director Steven Soderbergh could let audiences decide what happens next.
“Patriotic” cinemas will soon crop up across the country.
Denis Villeneuve's stylish, moody drug-war thriller begins as one film, before becoming another not quite as good.
In Nancy Meyers’s new film, Robert De Niro plays a wise old man who helps a start-up CEO played by Anne Hathaway find the right work-life balance.
In the world of Roland Emmerich’s ahistorical drama, LGBT liberation was not merely started by a “straight-acting” white man—it could only have been started by one.
Ridley Scott's plans for the new sequel/prequel have become Alien: Paradise Lost, which will join the other seven movies in the impossibly sprawling franchise.
The Austrian psychological thriller masterfully inflates the tiny horrors of the relationship between parent and child.
Twenty-five years later, Martin Scorsese’s masterpiece is unequaled in its understanding of the horrifying realities—and dark appeal—of a life of organized crime.
My colleague Sophie has a (customarily excellent) review of the new movie on the site today, but I wanted to…
Jason Sudeikis and Alison Brie star as two people whose only obstacle to getting together is their own worst tendencies.
The frustrating biopic starring Tobey Maguire doesn't try hard enough to understand its paranoid, enigmatic subject.
Hollywood is getting hip to the Christian box-office boost, but the directors of movies like Captive don’t want to be lumped in with the religious flops of the past.
A space epic, a transgender-rights biopic, and an investigative-journalism drama are among the most-discussed movies at TIFF this year.
“It’s good that they’re talking about it,” says Natalie Portman of the controversial term she’s become a symbol of.
His best film in more than a decade is still not very good.
A new movie shows how difficult it is to portray the afterlife in a non-religious culture.
Government documents uncovered by Vice News show that Mark Boal and Kathryn Bigelow wined and dined spies for info.