A terrific legal procedural about defending factual truth and smacking dishonest sowers of doubt. An essential film for our era of “alternative facts.”
Two compelling documentaries about famed competitive cyclists and the corrupted sport that chewed them up.
Is this graffiti on a Martha Marcy May Marlene poster trying to suggest something even more nefarious?
If you don’t care for Watts in the role, whom would you cast?
It’s the Diana conspiracy flick! With a new trailer released on what would have been her 50th birthday! Run in circles, scream and shout!
This is not journalism. It’s not even fiction. It’s fan fiction.
Plus: Should Hollywood stop pandering to dorks? Does the flopping of Mars Needs Moms spell the end of 3D? Why is Katie Holmes failing to charm America?
She was the Princess Diana of her day. In fact, she was Di’s 18th-century ancestor…
WHY IS THIS ONE OF THE BEST FILMS OF THE YEAR?: Helen Mirren turns in one of the greatest performances in cinematic history as the reigning queen of England, Elizabeth II, taking a woman who not only doesn’t come across as warm and sympathetic, she doesn’t even seem human … and Mirren humanizes her, makes … more…
There’s so much despair and anger and grief layered just into the background of Alfonso Cuarón’s film that I can’t shake its gray grimness — I’ve been haunted by this film for weeks now…