Alejandro Landes’s new film examines the strange existence of an isolated crew of teen soldiers living on a mountaintop.
James Gray’s new film, starring Brad Pitt, is a quiet, character-driven drama disguised as a grand adventure through the cosmos.
The second half of the Toronto International Film Festival featured some of the most hyped new titles of 2019.
The news that the show had hired its first Chinese American cast member was quickly overshadowed by reports that another new hire had a history of racist remarks.
John Crowley’s take on Donna Tartt’s hit 2013 novel sticks closely to its source material, but fails to capture what makes the story compelling.
Lorene Scafaria’s new film is a fabulous showbiz caper stuffed with great performances and elevated by an ingenious script.
First impressions of some of the festival’s buzziest films so far, including Knives Out, A Hidden Life, and Marriage Story
Leslie Jones’s departure comes just as the show enters a big election year, seemingly with few other cast shake-ups.
Oscar season is now under way, and TIFF will be a proving ground for highly anticipated movies such as Joker, Knives Out, and Harriet.
The follow-up to 2017’s adaptation of Stephen King’s demented opus plays like a superhero movie—for better or for worse.
The Netflix documentary charts the economic and social issues that converge when the Chinese company Fuyao moves into a former General Motors plant in Ohio.
Major companies such as AMC and Regal Theatres reportedly aren’t screening The Irishman, continuing a standoff with the streaming-service behemoth.
The new film retells a classic story of bored aristocrats hunting humans—with a subversive twist.
After years of rumored remakes and reboots, the cult sci-fi series will return with a fourth installment to be directed by Lana Wachowski.
The two companies have united their broadcasting properties to battle with their rivals.
The film isn’t so much a mystery thriller as it is an imperfect drama about a woman mired in a creative crisis.
Blinded by the Light is the earnest, exuberant story of a British Pakistani boy who finds inspiration in the American icon.
After a series of tweets from President Trump, Universal canceled the release of a film that’s been alternately praised and decried by critics who haven’t seen it.
Gene Stupnitsky’s new film, which follows three middle schoolers bumbling their way through a crazy night, balances raunchy humor with insight.
Not even Melissa McCarthy, Tiffany Haddish, and Elisabeth Moss can salvage this confusing attempt at a gangster film.