It's been an exciting year for Thunder Levin.
Depicting thinking onscreen is not so easy an undertaking as one might imagine. Stroking a beard or putting one's head on a balled-up fist and leaning on a knee won't cut it.
In the movie "Boyhood," we watch as a kid named Mason (Ellar Coltrane) grows up from a little boy into a nearly grown young man.
In writer-director Mike Cahill's " I Origins," eyes drive the magic and intrigue of the story.
It's a long, slow death for nine unfortunate refugees in "Aftermath," an often tedious but clammily atmospheric end-of-the-world thriller set in the wake of a nuclear holocaust.
You've attended less interesting (but also less irritating) dinner parties than the one at the center of "Coherence," a scrappy, low-budget hybrid of paranoid domestic thriller and sci-fi head trip that has a few crafty surprises up its sleeve.
Who should be more embarrassed: the husband and wife who accidentally release a homemade porn video in "Sex Tape," or the studio that's willfully distributing "Sex Tape"?
Somewhere, Billy Joel is cringing. While the title of Rob Reiner's "And So It Goes" seems intended as take-it-on-the-chin affirmation of life's inevitable detours and potholes, the movie itself feels like a surrender.
A Texas actress who sent ricin-laced letters to President Barack Obama and the New York mayor then tried to blame the crime on her soon-to-be ex-husband was sentenced to 18 years in prison on Wednesday.
Early in "Yves Saint Laurent," the young fashion designer is called upon by his couturier boss, Christian Dior, to demonstrate how he's going to emphasize the waist of a black gown.
After her mesmerizingly out-there performances as an artificially intelligent being in "Her" and a come-hither extraterrestrial in "Under the Skin," Scarlett Johansson takes a logical next step.
William Blake's oft-quoted observation about finding the world in a grain of sand comes to mind more than once during "Manakamana," the latest in a string of marvelously original nonfiction features to emerge from Harvard U.'s Sensory Ethnography Lab.
The closing night feature of the CinemaQ Film Festival in Denver this weekend couldn't be more relevant.
The fruits of writer-director Zach Braff's Kickstarter are here for the general public, and they're at once vibrantly weird, beautiful and thoughtful.
From the moment "Venus in Fur" opens with a long tracking shot, cruising down a tree-lined boulevard on a rainy Paris day, until its final darkly comic set piece, it's clear that we're in capable hands.
Wladyslaw Pasikowski's controversial drama about the 1941 massacre of Jews in a Polish village frames Holocaust atrocities in problematic genre terms.
The July 16, 2014 issue of Entertainment Weekly – Comic-Con Preview edition — features an exclusive look at the Avengers Age of Ultron on the cover.
At the start of "America: Imagine the World Without Her," Gen. George Washington is killed by a British sniper.
On paper, Brett Ratner sounds like such an improbable choice to direct a large-scale ancient Greek epic that, going into his "Hercules," one could only hope for a less aggressively preposterous affair than Renny Harlin's bargain-basement "The Legend of Hercules" from earlier this year.
Another half-formed feature from indie cinema's most prolific doodler, "Happy Christmas" demonstrates that Joe Swanberg makes better babies than movies.
Stop by the #Marvel Booth (2329) to pick up this epic concept poster art for Marvel's #AntMan by Andy Park!
GOTHAM: GOTHAM traces the rise of the great DC Comics Super-Villains and vigilantes, revealing an entirely new chapter that has never been told.
Disney's high-flying sequel "Planes: Fire & Rescue" is "dedicated to the courageous firefighters throughout the world who risk their lives to save the lives of others.
"I was born inside the movie of my life," wrote Roger Ebert in his 2011 memoir. "The visuals were before me, the audio surrounded me, the plot unfolded inevitably but not necessarily.
ARVADA — Miguel Alvarado fields the question a lot. "What are you doing?" they inevitably ask, pointing to his friends out on the grass at Arvada West High School.
It's no surprise that it's ape versus man in "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes," the sequel to 2011's engaging "Rise of the Planet of the Apes.