Martin Scorsese’s latest follows a Jesuit priest preaching the gospel to persecuted Japanese Christians but is far more concerned with his agony than that of the ‘other.’
Jen Yamato covers entertainment for The Daily Beast in Los Angeles. She has served as an editor and reporter at Deadline Hollywood, Movieline, and Rotten Tomatoes, among other publications, and as a chief film critic at Movies.com.
The acclaimed Aussie actor opens up about his militaristic villain in the new ‘Star Wars’ film, and the movie’s politics.
Behold: Jen Yamato’s picks for the very best movies of the year.
Sorry, haters. The latest, most diverse entry in the ‘Star Wars’ franchise delivers the goods.
The acclaimed actor and director Peter Berg discuss their new film ‘Patriots Day,’ a high-octane thriller depicting the Boston Marathon bombing and the manhunt that followed.
The acclaimed actor-filmmaker-humanitarian opens up about his new film ‘Neruda,’ about the late Chilean poet, President-elect Trump’s anti-Mexico talk, and more.
Damien Chazelle’s (‘Whiplash’) Oscar-worthy movie-musical was inspired by a lesser-known love story that all should see.
Raoul Peck’s documentary, based on an unfinished James Baldwin manuscript, is not only an urgent call to action, but also one of the very best films of the year.
A look inside the first episode of the A&E docuseries ‘Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath,’ which premieres Nov. 29th.
The Oscar-nominated actor-director opens up about ‘Bad Santa 2,’ the election aftermath, and why he will defend ex Angelina Jolie “to the death.”