Wes Anderson’s latest premieres at the Berlin Film Festival.
How Ralph Fiennes brought his marvelous Invisible Woman to the screen.
The king of franchises arrives majestically at his final destination.
Patton Oswalt is the Big Fan, scheduled to play the AFI Dallas International Film Fest this yearMoments ago, the AFI Dallas International Film Festival sent along its complete schedule for this year's fest, which runs March 26 through April 2 -- with, as we've noted before, most screenings taking pl ... More >>
Winslet and Fiennes take the long and (Oscar-)worthy road to redemption
A chick flick about child murder. Mom would love it.
Martin McDonagh's sightseeing hit-men flick isn't much of a trip
New Potter mines the depths of adolescent angst
White Countess writes an inglorious final chapter for a dynamic filmmaking duo
The fourth Harry Potter rushes through its paces
Wallace & Gromit make their long-overdue feature debut
The Constant Gardener ripens into a distasteful thriller
Pete Tong's a mockumentary that will make your heart dance
Unlike John Nash, Spider sees little triumph over schizophrenia
Neil Jordan and Nick Nolte pull off a twitchy Gallic heist
Brett Ratner tarts up this Red Dragon adaptation
A cartoon saddled with Bryan Adams songs has no Spirit at all
Condensing the 20th century into three hours is a poor idea, even if you're Istvan Szabo
Graham Greene's tragic romance is an Affair to remember
The Prince of Egypt offers up the 10 commandments of (brotherly) love
Hard to tell the heroes from the villains in Elizabeth
The transparent Oscar and Lucinda drowns in symbolism
With Pillow Book, Greenaway finds a little heart among the details
Director Anthony Minghella gracefully brings a complex tale of war to screen
In a choice between Bard addicts and science ghouls, the play's the thing
Strange Days spikes your popcorn with entertaining sleaze