Government documents uncovered by Vice News show that Mark Boal and Kathryn Bigelow wined and dined spies for info.
Movies from South Korean, China, and Japan have become increasingly nationalistic, thanks to ongoing territorial disputes and the 70th anniversary of World War II.
In continuing to tinker with the universe she built eight years after it ended, J.K. Rowling might be falling into the same trap as Star Wars’s George Lucas.
The man who made computers personal was a genius and a jerk. A new documentary wonders whether his legacy can accommodate both realities.
Some theories about why We Are Your Friends flopped so badly
The director, who died of brain cancer on Sunday, continually reinvented the genre he helped elevate with films like A Nightmare on Elm Street and Scream.
Pool parties and ecstasy aside, We Are Your Friends is the latest attempt to show DJ culture can create art as well as entertainment.
Paul Weitz's new film achieves what few movies have before: It assumes that a woman can be old and interesting at the same time.
The woman who gave her name to the women-in-culture standard would, true to the method, prefer to share the credit.
The little-seen Low and Behold is the best film about Hurricane Katrina for the way it achieves artfulness without exploiting tragedy.
A lovable nerd who’s also a ruthless killing machine
Straight Outta Compton attempted to bolster his legacy by leaving part of it out.
Though there are big-budget franchise pictures on the horizon (Mockingjay Part 2, Spectre), the upcoming movie season sees a wider mix of genres and smaller-scale efforts on offer, with hardly a tentpole film in sight.
The Nora Ephron comedy, starring the talented actors Steve Martin, Rick Moranis, and Joan Cusack, sags under the weight of lazy stereotype.
The feature about a school of deaf, teenage gangsters paints a bleak picture of life in Ukraine, but is riveting none the less.
The controversial coming-of-age story unfolds during a time before the Internet changed what it means to be adolescent.
The N.W.A. biopic captures how racial politics and police violence fueled the legendary group’s rise. It’s also a reminder of how few mainstream rappers take on the same subjects in their music today.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens sounds like it’s going to have a fanboy for a villain, and that could be brilliant.
Unpacking the awfulness of Josh Trank’s dull, sour reboot
Meryl Streep stars as a troubled musician in a strangely gentle family-reconciliation dramedy.