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Glorious visuals that strain under the weight of a mountain of plot.
The Coens hit the trail with dazzling wordplay and an uneasy nod toward death.
This tame Queen biopic may well rock you, but it’s unlikely to shock you.
Gay conversion therapy gets the indictment it deserves.
Scorsese's fast, violent, stylish mobster movie is a return to form, De Niro, and the Italian-American underworld. But in following, from '55 to the late...
Tackling Harper Lee's novel, Stanley Kramer would have hit us over the head with a hammer, so perhaps we can be grateful that Mulligan merely suffocates with...
The only Yuletide favourite to pivot around an attempted suicide, Capra’s post-war fable is a fascinating melange of social and personal impulses and the...
Rethought from the ground up, Luca Guadagnino's creative and creepy spin on the horror classic finds moves of its own.
Oscar-winning director Steve McQueen swerves into the fast lane with an expertly plotted crime movie that’s a showcase for scrappiness.
Indie wunderkind Sean Baker continues his celebration of communities on the margins, in a movie that vibrates with compassion and energy.
Looking for a fun date idea? Yes, drive-ins still exist. Enjoy your movie!
Movie theaters are a dime a dozen here in LA, but these eleven spectacular cinemas are a reel above the rest.
Dinner and a movie is a tradition as old as the cinema itself—at these spots, you can do both at once.
Love outdoor movies? Enjoy summer nights with this guide to the best places to watch films under the stars.
It's possible that no other genre of film hits home for people the way teen movies do.
The world knows Los Angeles better than it thinks.
Prepare to swoon at our loveliest of lists, the 50 most romantic films of all time.
From Snow White to Frozen, we explore the brilliant best and woeful worst of Disney animated films.
As long as there is fantasy in film, audiences will also yearn for the truth—or something close to it.