Luc Besson's wildly successful franchise is based on the troubling allure of paternal vengeance.
Francis Ford Coppola's psychological thriller, which turns 40 today, may be the best exploration of the dangers of surveillance that pop culture has ever produced.
Films like Enough Said and The Spectacular Now offer one solution for stale rom-coms: Don't skip out on the nuances and complexities of love, even if that means more heartbreak.
The beloved book's children-versus-adults premise takes on new relevance in film, where it dispels notions that youth today are entitled, technology-dependent narcissists.
The 1993 thriller, returning to theaters this weekend in 3D, marked the second time Steven Spielberg started a new era in cinema—for better and for worse.