The Lost City of Z is a throwback to the spirit of cinema past: an epic, wandering, sometimes ponderous adventure through an unknown landscape riddled with unwelcome dangers and unexpected treasures.
Hollywood stars gathered Sunday for their biggest night of self-congratulation and reaffirmation of their liberal beliefs: the Academy Awards.
A stunning Oscar night gaffe created one of the most surprising moments in live television history on Sunday after the wrong Best Picture winner was initially announced.
Weiner is a documentary about failure—unremitting, unrelenting, personal, professional, and moral failure. Failure of the sort you rarely get to see in real time.
The State Department is planning to spend $90,000 for a film festival about climate change in India.
Despite the name on the marquee and the content of the advertising campaign, this is very much a film about Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.).
At some point last week as I was working my way through Metropolitan, Barcelona, and The Last Days of Disco—Whit Stillman’s triptych from the 1990s, each for sale separately and also helpfully collected in a new set by the Criterion Collection*—I realized that Chris Eigeman was my spirit animal.
Plans to screen “Zoolander 2” at a private college in California fell through after college students complained the movie was too offensive in its portrayal of individuals who identify with the LBGT community.