He also tells the surprising way that “The Office” influenced his breakout horror hit.
With so many good films, from blockbusters to documentaries to indie gems, it wasn’t easy to choose just 10.
Alfonso Cuarón’s memoir of his boyhood in Mexico City centers on a beloved maid and nanny.
A bumper crop of movies featuring powerful women present opportunities, and maybe a few pitfalls.
Emma Stone, Rachel Weisz and Olivia Colman star in this comedy of ill manners and palace intrigue.
The “Last Tango in Paris” director’s contributions to cinema are enduring, undebatable and yet contradictory at times.
“Green Book,” “Widows,” “If Beale Street Could Talk” and more take the pressure off each other to be The One.
Led by Michael B. Jordan, the cast of this sequel redeems its weaknesses.
Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali are a superbly balanced team in this inspiring, entertaining tale.
Should “La La Land” win best picture?