Audience fatigue has clearly set in for the once-bankable novelty of the franchise team-up.
Dan Gilroy’s legal drama tries to tackle the American justice system, the death of activism, and a pulpy crime story all at once.
Al Franken’s apology—in response to the accusation that he groped a woman—deployed, in part, a "joke" defense often used to explain misbehavior.
The latest installment in the DC Comics universe suffers from trying to do way too much, too quickly.
As awards season begins, the Best Picture race could see another surprise winner following Moonlight’s triumph earlier this year.
The artist’s stand-up, TV shows, and his latest movie were all ways for him to craft a careful narrative about his brand of “brutal honesty.”
As reports of sexual misconduct by the influential comic emerge, the industry will have to grapple with what many have called an open secret.
Kevin Spacey’s scenes in the Ridley Scott film All the Money in the World will be reshot with just weeks left before the release date.
After the company barred Los Angeles Times journalists from its movie screenings, the film-critic community united to push back.
The movie business is changing rapidly, and reported talks of a studio buying one of its biggest rivals could be part of an ongoing seismic shift.
Nine years into the studio’s colossal franchise experiment, most filmmakers haven’t parlayed their success with comic-book projects into anything greater.
Richard Linklater’s new film stars Bryan Cranston, Laurence Fishburne, and Steve Carell as three Vietnam veterans mourning a loss in the Iraq War.
Greta Gerwig’s witty and moving new film features a wonderful lead performance from Saoirse Ronan.
Charging audiences more to see popular films won't halt sliding theater revenues. But Regal Cinemas is trying anyway.
In an interview, the director laid out his concept of marrying a Coen brothers script with a real-life incident of racism in 1950s America.
George Clooney’s new film combines Coen-brothers antics with a sober tale of 1950s prejudice—and flops in both regards.
Yorgos Lanthimos, the director of The Lobster, reunites with Colin Farrell for an even stranger tale.
A new Criterion Collection release of the 1975 period piece highlights just how unique the director’s vision of the past was.
Ruben Östlund’s Palme d’Or–winning follow-up to Force Majeure is a cutting satire of the Swedish art world.
In its eighth season, the show is finally moving to take down its tiresome super-villain—but it might be too little, too late.