Although Shia LaBeouf impresses with his commitment, David Ayer’s latest L.A. excursion is a total mess.
WORK IT director Laura Terruso shows us her radical moves, crafting a refreshed look at what an entertaining dance movie can be.
This unabashedly fun film asks its audience to look back into their past without being heavy-handed or judgmental.
Screenwriter Alison Peck births two babies during a pandemic – her metaphorical one being the movie and her actual new child.
[Blu-ray Review] ‘JAMES CAMERON’S STORY OF SCIENCE FICTION’ a docuseries that shoots for the stars but not quite the final frontier
If you are a sci-fi junkie, you probably won’t learn anything new. It plays better for the casual fan.
Leadership material: Two new political documentaries spotlight a civil rights icon and a young mayor
Two new political documentaries work collectively as an essay on leadership.
We recently spoke with actor Barry Watson about the odd parallels within his new horror film.
Love on the rocks: ‘MARRIAGE STORY’ enters Criterion, Paramount produces new collector’s editions of library titles
Whether you’re searching for a quality romance to send you crying into a box of tissues, get you hot under the collar, make you laugh, or leave your heart feeling full, love is in the air with this week’s home entertainment releases.
Polish costume designer Mona May looks back fondly on the iconic ‘CLUELESS,’ which still looks and feels fashion forward.
[Interview] Taylor Zakhar Perez flexes his dramatic muscles (and his real ones) in ‘THE KISSING BOOTH 2’
The affable actor shares what it’s like being the newcomer to the franchise and what was the most stressful part of filming.
The 1986 BMX film ‘RAD’ is now available to purchase digitally through Altavod. We talked with stars Bill Allen and Bart Conner about it.
Courtney Howard // Film Critic PALM SPRINGS Rated R, 90 minutes Directed by: Max Barbakow Starring: Andy Samberg, Cristin Milioti, J.K. Simmons, Meredith Hagner, Camila Mendes, Despite many filmmakers continuing to do so over the years, it still seems like an audacious concept for anyone to recreate GROUNDHOG DAY’s familiar formula. A...