Jean-Francois Laguionie’s "The Painting" has something for everyone: It’s conceived and executed in a traditional style of animation that should fascinate fans of representational art while still appealing to aficionados raised on Picasso or Pollock.
Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine, Jesse Eisenberg and Mark Ruffalo are starring in "Now You See Me," a new thriller about a group of magicians who steal from the rich and give to the poor. At the film’s red carpet NY premiere.
After two weeks, 20 films and parade after parade down the red carpet, the Cannes Film Festival has not produced a clear-cut frontrunner for the Palme d’Or.
I’m a sucker for director Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby, filmed on Aussie locations, scored by Jay-Z, and starring real-life best friends Leonardo DiCaprio as Jay Gatsby and Tobey Maguire as Nick Carraway.
Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Ken Jeong and the rest of the cast of "The Hangover Part III" were in Los Angeles Monday night for the red carpet premiere of the final installment in the "Hangover" trilogy.
We met Jesse (Ethan Hawke) and Celine (Julie Delpy) eighteen years ago, in "Before Sunrise," and then again nine years later, in "Before Sunset." In this third installment, real life arrives.
A stunningly imagined world, this might not go down as a classic, but it is an entertaining and beautifully realized spectacle that will appeal to all ages.
There’s a question implicitly asked in almost every scene: In such a close-knit faith community, where issues of gender and sexuality are of communal, rather than individual, concern, what’s an individual’s true worth?
With a scattered, unfocused, and sometimes cruel script, you might feel like you are the one suffering from a hangover.