Michael Bay's gun-crazy actioner "Ambulance" is loud, dumb, and feels interminably long, but at least it's mostly coherent.
Cloris Leachman transcends the mundane material in "Jump, Darling," whose plot seems to have been cobbled together on Post-It Notes.
Power of the Dog hits the jackpot with 9 nominations, while Passing, Flee and West Side Story get a respectable 5 nominations each.
The Criterion Channel is a treasure trove of cinematic content that consistently adds value to its bounty. Every month, the cinema-oriented streamer creates new themed...
Steven Spielberg turns 75 next week, and the effect he's had on our columnist can only be measured in heartfelt sentiment.
Culinary icon Julia Child is celebrated in a new documentary by Betsy West and Julie Cohen.
In 1997, 'Lost Highway' checked all the boxes: indescribable plot, bizarre red lighting, and Balthazar Getty's naked ass.
Director Reinaldo Marcus Green on how he served up a winner with the Williams sisters biopic, 'King Richard.'
The intriguing queer-themed 'Isaac' is impeded by a distinct lack of cinematic ambition.
The Criterion Channel is featuring such classics as Bride of Frankenstein, Invisible Man, and The Mummy.
The 28th Annual Reel Affirmations LGBTQ Film Festival is currently in full swing through Sunday night, Oct. 24! As has been our custom since 1994,...
Bros is set to make history, with Billy Eichner to become the first openly gay man to co-write and star in a major studio film.
A number of spooky classics will be revived on the big screen
The nation's oldest federal cultural institution also offers exhibits on Rosa Parks, women's suffrage, and the Early Americas
In this week's issue, we review all the films in the annual LGBTQ festival that we could get our mitts on.