There's bravura manipulativeness to "The Signal," the stylish, slyly funny question mark of a movie from director and co-writer William Eubank.
Elaine Stritch, who died Thursday at the age of 89, was a formidable interview when we chatted on the phone in February about the candid documentary "Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me."
The 1996 film's star, Melvil Poupaud, says this seaside-set story of a moody young man clueless about love is 'very French,' but also universal. And it's finally getting a release in the U.S.
On May 11, officers from Russia's Federal Security Bureau arrived at the Crimea home of movie director Oleg Sentsov, where he lives with his wife and two children.
Hollywood has the summertime blues. Box-office revenues are down nearly 20% compared with last summer's. The one bright spot for the beleaguered film industry? Sequels.
From Jennifer Lawrence to the Fanning sisters to Dev Patel, 30 young actors who truly seem to care about their craft.
There is a telling scene deep inside "Boyhood" that gets at the essential core of the emotional appeal of Richard Linklater's startling new film. It takes place in a rural church with a pastor sermonizing about doubting Thomas and faith and those who believe without seeing.
At first glance, a mandatory dress code appeared to have been imposed Tuesday at the final pre-World Cup friendly for the 32 teams. Second glance, too. Supporters of Portugal blanketed MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, across the river from New York City, and the choice of apparel for the majority was a Cristiano Ronaldo jersey. The forward had been shelved since May 24 with left knee and thigh injuries, and what was a curious bit of scheduling -- Portugal's last Cup tuneup only six days before its opener in Brazil against mighty Germany -- became a blessing. Ronaldo had just been cleared medically, allowing him to test his fitness and rediscover his stratospheric skill level against...