“Green Book” vs. “BlacKkKlansman” echoes the 1989 best picture face-off between “Do the Right Thing” and “Driving Miss Daisy.”
The new film "Isn’t It Romantic," in which Rebel Wilson plays a woman who wakes up trapped inside a romantic comedy, feeds into fatphobia.
Too soon? Even 18 years after Dick Cheney became vice president, there are aspects of the film's plot that are hard to laugh at.
Objection! The new biopic is a miscast misstep in honor of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the popular Supreme Court justice.
There have been many renditions of the British folk tale, but none quite as terrible as Otto Bathurst’s recent action flick.
Even Portman’s strong presence, matched by a stellar Jude Law, can’t save actor-turned-filmmaker Brady Corbet from a troubled sophomore effort.
Documentary director Rob Garver explores the prose, controversies and lasting legacy of perhaps the most enduring of America’s film critics, whose work didn't always garner favorable reviews from her peers.