The ‘Sexiest Woman Alive’ plays an otherworldly being who lures men to a dark room with the promise of kiss kiss bang bang. Is there a better metaphor for movie-going?
While you are engineered to fixate on all that naked grunting in 'Nymphomaniac,' you might miss Charlotte Gainsbourg in the most raw and intense performance of the year.
Two detectives and millions of viewers consumed with solving wayward clues in the hunt for a killer—we’re talking about Twin Peaks, of course.
Turns out, a beloved deaf composer who ‘wrote’ music for the Olympics is neither deaf nor a composer—and his scandal threatens to derail his country’s figure-skating hopes.
Three novels that make for clever and fun reading: from a Lost-like fantasy to a satire of the Irish boom.
Claude Lanzmann, the director of the Holocaust masterpiece Shoah, controversially falls under the spell of a Jewish collaborator of the death camps.
From a look at the origins of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict to the life of the American poet E.E. Cummings.
The start of every year brings a swell of great international movies that miss out on being nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.
The interesting question raised by Spike Jonze’s new film, Her, is not whether humans can fall in love with computers,but whether computers would ever have emotions.
You’ve already read the major obits. From Hitler’s bodyguard to the godmother of burlesque, the human computer to the world’s ugliest dog, the 2013 exits you have may not have heard of.