Barry Hertz on the notable picks and omissions
Richard Linklater’s decade-spanning feature film isn’t just ambitious–it’s a haunting look at the ‘voluptuous panic’ of aging
An Oscar win—then a marital, spiritual and career crisis. Haggis plumbs it all in his new film.
How to Be a Better Canadian: The second in a patriotic series
The 84-year-old Western star’s foray into musicals
The U.S. government should prepare for stern and merciless retaliation if it allows comedy about plot to assassinate Kim Jung Un
Eli Wallach passed away Tuesday in New York of natural causes
The merit behind Michael Bay’s hyper-aggressive style of blockbuster filmmaking
John Green’s novel — now movie — brings a startling idea to the teen-romance universe: the end of immortality
Rumours are circulating of canceled comic books and inter-studio fights. Would Marvel sabotage its own properties to spite a rival company?
The Oprah couch dance be damned, global audiences can’t get enough of Tom Cruise and Edge of Tomorrow
Xavier Dolan takes bronze, and Julianne Moore wins best actress for Cronenberg’s ‘Maps to the Stars’
How landscape upstaged the actors in Cannes
For too long, theatres have stuck to uniform pricing for tickets. That’s changing.
“Digital projection is the death of cinema as I know it. I don’t need to go and watch television in public.”
In ‘A Million Ways to Die in the West’ the creator of ‘Family Guy’ tries his luck with the least popular genre of our time
Our movie critic in Cannes rounds up his latest viewing