“Snow In Paradise” is a crucial milestone in the development of the British Gangster genre.
For actors like Redmayne and Moore, the disability vanishes as soon as they leave the set.
Let’s get down and dirty for real.
Paul Thomas Anderson has made a faithful adaptation of Thomas Pynchon’s rambling, stoner-noir novel, “Inherent Vice.”
What makes a sniper American, exactly?
What film isn’t improved by a fleet of helicopters?
We know we’ve probably left Middle-Earth for at least a generation and that’s why these scenes are loaded with pathos as those great players exit the realm for the last time.
If anything, the Sony scandal has temporarily leveled the playing field.
Von Trier believes religion is a substitute for childhood rituals that help us retain control over cosmic events that are beyond our capabilities to do anything about.
Making its North American debut in the Metropolis section at DOC NYC, Thomas Wirthensohn’s beautifully crafted “Homme Less” follows the quintessentially eccentric New Yorker Mark Reay. At 52, the still dashing and debonair, former international model now strives to make a living as a fashion photographer and bit actor (the “Men in Black” franchise is …