Those who know the details of the Hoffa case can only wonder why Scorsese would invest so much in this questionable story.
The lingering weight of violence on a person’s conscience and soul, especially as they near death, is central to the auteur’s new mob movie—a triumphant culmination of his career.
The acclaimed filmmaker’s latest features a star-studded cast—DiCaprio, Pitt, Robbie, Pacino, etc.—navigating excess-filled late-‘60s Hollywood.
Al Pacino's over the top performance is what everyone remembers about 'Scarface,' but check out the 1932 original. It has much better clothes.
The reviews are in for ‘Misery,’ and Bruce Willis will be miserable reading them. It doesn’t always bear dividends having a big celeb treading the boards.
J.C. Chandor’s A Most Violent Year is not only deeply indebted to the Corleone clan, but its canny revisions make it an alternate-reality version of the first two Godfathers.
He has become something of a critical punching bag of late, a thought that seemed impossible for most of his career. Not that that bothers the legendary actor—he’s still talking.