A wrenching love story, set in Paris in the early 1990s, told against the background of HIV/AIDS activists battling against government and pharmaceutical...

Dear Michael, Can we call you Michael? Mike? No? Mr. Fassbender it is. So, we’ve seen your new movie The Snowman, and we should start off by saying...

You could say that director Yorgos Lanthimos gives The Killing of a Sacred Deer the texture and throat-clutching chill of a modern Greek tragedy. You’d...

Todd Haynes creates movies that feel like part of his DNA. Whether they’re originals (Safe, Velvet Goldmine, Far From Heaven, I’m Not There)...

If you’ve been to the movies any time over the last century, you’re familiar with men like Eric Marsh. They’re hard-ass guys, often stoic...

Before you start yawning and think you’d rather die than sit through a dutiful, drowsy, ever-so-virtuous biopic about Thurgood Marshall, the first...

Hold off on revisiting or streaming the summer’s monster hit, Wonder Woman, until you lay eyes on this stranger-and kinkier-than-fiction look at...

Noah Baumbach makes family movies that feel lived in – the kind that banter, bristle and sometimes bleed. The real kind. To the company of The Squid...

Legend is a much abused word in the movie business – but Jackie Chan really is a legend. The undisputed king of martial-arts movies kicked up a notch with slapstick and jaw-dropping stunts, the star is acrobatic poetry in motion. American audiences know him best from his three Rush Hour action comedies with Chris Tucker (No. 4 is on the drawing board), but true aficionados...

What if Jack London wrote rugged nature tales about his father issues? Filmmakers Alex and Andrew J. Smith’s drama is an adaption of a short story...