Griffin Dunne’s ostensible comedy—starring Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman—mixed horror, empowerment, and romance in ways extremely unusual for the era.
The show’s former head writer returned for an episode with some excellent sketches—but also a dire parody of Kanye West’s meeting with Donald Trump.
After a series of niche Best Picture winners, the awards show is struggling to stay relevant. 2018 could change that.
The film, which stars Steve Carell and Timothée Chalamet, adapts the memoirs of a father and son dealing with the ravages of crystal-meth abuse.
The new film from the director of The Cabin in the Woods boasts an impressive ensemble and is fascinating to watch, despite its many excesses.
Damien Chazelle’s new film stars Ryan Gosling as Neil Armstrong, and dramatizes the Apollo missions up to the historic moon landings.
The ostensible superhero film thrives when it focuses on Tom Hardy’s relationship with a ball of alien goo.
Tamara Jenkins’s new film stars Kathryn Hahn and Paul Giamatti as a 40-something New York couple trying to conceive.
Scripted television “really has moved into the consumer actually controlling their experience,” says Hulu CEO Randy Freer.
Bradley Cooper directs, writes, and performs alongside Lady Gaga as a rock musician who discovers, and falls in love with, a talented ingenue.
In its first cold open of the season, the show cast Matt Damon to play the Supreme Court nominee as a raging and whining teenager. But the sketch rang hollow in some ways.
Jeffrey Wright stars in Jeremy Saulnier’s new film, a baffling, Alaska-set thriller debuting on Netflix.
Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin’s film follows Alex Honnold as he attempts to summit El Capitan without ropes or safety harnesses.
David Lowery’s new film features the legendary star as an over-the-hill bank robber.
The director and actor has been hired for a major new studio project—remaking The Wild Bunch—despite the many scandals in his past.
Alec Baldwin is returning to play President Trump for the show’s 44th season, with only one new cast member coming aboard the stalling sketch revue.
Jacques Audiard’s adaptation of Patrick deWitt’s novel stars Joaquin Phoenix and John C. Reilly as a pair of hired guns growing sick of their work.
The writer and director Dan Fogelman (This Is Us) has crafted a film with an all-star cast—Oscar Isaac, Olivia Wilde, Antonio Banderas—but an absolutely miserable script.
Michael Moore’s new film takes aim at President Trump and establishment Democrats alike, but it only succeeds when the director turns the camera on his hometown.
The dual hosts of the TV Academy’s awards looked less than thrilled to be onstage, and even their Saturday Night Live chemistry was lacking.