Deeply serious issues are all the rage these days, in comedies as well as dramas.
The actress rules over the raunchy, gloriously liberated revenge fantasy.
Donna Tartt’s novel of lost innocence doesn’t survive the leap to the screen.
Gavid Hood’s drama tells the story of Katharine Gun, a translator for British intelligence.
In recent years, the Toronto International Film Festival has become a reliable launchpad and a bellwether for handicapping front-runners.
From “Once Upon a Time” to “Yesterday,” this was the year of looking back, wistfully.
Jillian Bell plays a misfit millennial struggling to get her life back on track.
“American Factory” is the first film from Barack and Michelle Obama’s production house.
“Cold Case Hammarskjold” turns the idea of investigative documentary on its head.
Should “La La Land” win best picture?