“His Three Daughters,” which premiered at TIFF, is an acting showcase for Carrie Coon, Elizabeth Olsen, and Lyonne—who shows a completely different side of her talents.
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Paul Reubens playing Gerhardt Hapsburg ranks among the greatest guest-star performances in recent memory.
The director tells us about working with Natalie Portman and Julianne Moore on “May December,” which has roots in the tabloid fascination with a teacher who slept with her student.
Anderson’s signature quirks are on display in “Asteroid City,” which debuted at Cannes. But there’s something deeper there that makes it his best movie in years.
Todd Haynes’ new movie stars Moore as a woman who fell in love with a middle-schooler and Portman as an actress who will play her in a TV movie.
Martin Scorsese’s new film is worth its three-and-a-half hour running time. Leo’s never been better, and Lily Gladstone is a star.
It’s rare that the buzz around a film is this good. “The Zone of Interest” is the first big release of the Cannes Film Festival.
While perfectly serviceable, the new Indy movie thwarts the opportunity to show what an 80-year-old hero would really be like, desperate to turn back the clock instead.
In the provocative new movie “The Sweet East,” there’s a pierced penis, Simon Rex plays a white supremacist, and political correctness goes right out the window.
Almodóvar’s “gay cowboy” short film stars two beautiful men (Ethan Hawke and Pedro Pascal), features beautiful horses, and is shot in a way that is just so… beautiful.