WATCH: ‘The LEGO MOVIE 2: The Second Part’ Releases a New Trailer

One of the surprise hits of 2014 was the animated "The LEGO Movie" from Warner Bros. Animation. The story of Emmett "The Special" was both...

TV Review: ‘Narcos: Mexico’ Explores the Early Years of the Drug Trade

Bienvenido a Mexico. There are two things you should know about “Narcos: México.” First, there is a lot of Spanish. Second, you do not have...

INTERVIEW: Chloe Grace Moretz On How ‘The Miseducation of Cameron Post’ Reignited Her

When you've been acting most of your life, it's easy to get burnt out at a young age. Too often, this leads to poor...

Film Review: ‘Mary Queen of Scots’ Sizzles with Josie Rourke’s Fiery Directorial Debut

In a wicked display of tension and percolating drama, Josie Rourke's smartly effective and intoxicating "Mary Queen of Scots" showcases two grandiose performances from...

2019 PGA Announces Documentary Nominees, ‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor?’ Continues Momentum

The Producers Guild of America announced the first part of their upcoming 2019 nominations. The organization represents the producer's view of the best films...

WATCH: ‘I Am Paul Walker’ Showcases the Life of the Action Star

In 2013, the world of film and entertainment lost one of its most exciting action stars. Paul Walker passed away after a car accident...

Amazon Studios Signs a First Look Deal with Maya Rudolph and Natasha Lyonne’s ‘Animal...

One of the good things about television and film over the past couple of years is the increase of women headlining projects. Many talented...

New Blu-Ray/DVD Releases (11/20/18) – ‘Blindspotting’ And ‘Crazy Rich Asians’

This week, two of the best-reviewed works of 2018 come to Blu-Ray and DVD. One is a groundbreaking studio romantic comedy in "Crazy Rich...

Film Review: ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ Searches and Finds Itself as a Sinless Joy

Studios like Walt Disney Pictures are very seldom afforded the opportunity to connect a beloved character of the preceding film and elevate and evolve...

‘This Is Spinal Tap’ and ‘Reality Bites’ To Receive Tribute Screenings at 2019 Tribeca...

It's time to turn it up to eleven at the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival. "This Is Spinal Tap" continues to hold the belt for the greatest musical...

WATCH: ‘Birds of Passage’ Trailer Shows the Beginning of the Columbia Drug Trade

Columbia has begun to push it's submission to the Oscars, "Birds of Passage," toward a Foreign Language nomination. The country submitted the Cristina Gallego and Ciro Guerra directed...

WATCH: ‘Once Upon a Deadpool’ PG-13 Trailer Featuring Fred Savage

We've heard a lot of talk about the man in red returning to theaters this holiday season. The man in red of course is...

Do The Independent Spirit Awards Help Movies Get Into Best Picture?

People used to say “win on Indie Spirits night, lose on Oscar night.” This adage formed after multiple decades of the Independent Spirit Award...

Film Review: ‘Instant Family’ Wears You Down Until the Tears Flow

It's cliche to say that something will make you laugh and make you cry. Occasionally, however, it's apt. In the case of "Instant Family,"...

AFI Fest Review: ‘Rafiki’ Is an Urgent Story that Avoids Feeling Rushed

2018 AFI FILM FESTIVAL: Sometimes a film comes along that is so pure with its intentions it forces you to take notice. Banned in...

Film Review: ‘Night is Short, Walk on Girl’ is an Animated ‘Nick and Norah’...

Japanese animation has long had the ability to get weird when it wants to. Unlike the more traditional storytelling used in American cinema, Japanese...

Film Review: ‘MFKZ’ Combines Kung Fu, Urban Cities, and Graphic Novels for a New...

For anyone who ever wondered, what would a David Ayers and the Wu-Tang Clan animated movie look like, we have your answer. Based on the graphic novel series "Mutafukaz"...

Film Review: Poignant ‘Killer Bees’ Stings You Right in the Heart

Located in the South Fork of Suffolk County, in the heart of the infamously rich triangle of towns that make up the Hamptons of...

Film Review: ‘Sunset’ Is an Immersive Journey to the Past

There are few art forms which cater to a nostalgist's longing for the "good old days" as effectively as cinema. The best historical dramas...

AFI Fest 2018 Highlights and Award Winners

As another year of AFI Fest closes, the 2018 festival circuit winds down too. For eight days, filmmakers and fans descended upon Hollywood Boulevard...

Genre Geeks: Five Ways ‘Widows’ Defies the Conventional Heist Movie

On the official day of its release, it's crucial we propel Steve McQueen's "Widows" even further into the awards conversation. There is no reason why...

2019 Independent Spirit Award Nominations – Big Day for ‘If Beale Street Could Talk,’...

We're getting underway with one our first true precursors of the season. It's time for us to check in with the Film Independent to check...

William Goldman, Screenwriter of ‘All the President’s Men,’ ‘Princess Bride’ and More, Passes at...

The film world lost one of its very best screenwriters today. William Goldman, the screenwriter for "All the President's Men," "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid,"...

HBO Adds Hugh Grant to Nicole Kidman HBO Drama ‘The Undoing’

HBO has long been a destination for stars to come to television. Since the days of "The Sopranos," strong actors have found their way...

Queer Girl Friday: ‘Drag Race: All Stars’ Cast Reveal, “She-Ra” Soars, ‘Riverdale’s’ Possible Queer-baiting...

I'm Selina, Awards Circuit's queer Girl Friday for everything LGBTQIA+ on film and TV! It's all about TV this week, with "RuPaul's Drag Race: All...

Circuit Breaker Interview: Hans Zimmer Discusses ‘Widows,’ Steve McQueen, and Failed Piano Lessons

Academy Award-winning composer Hans Zimmer has worked in film and television since the early 1980s. He has worked with Ridley Scott, Ron Howard, Christopher...

Apple Teams Up with A24 To Distribute Exclusive Films for the Indie Distributor

Apple continues to make headway into the content game. For months, various television shows and documentaries have slowly been acquired by the tech behemoth....

2018 European Film Awards Announce Winners Including ‘Cold War,’ ’22 July’ and ‘Dogman’

While not a big precursor for Oscar, the 2018 European Film Awards can begin to help a film gain momentum. The organization announced eight of the...

AFI Film Fest Review: ‘Under the Silver Lake’ Bathes East Los Angeles in Baffling...

2018 AFI FILM FESTIVAL: David Robert Mitchell's second feature, “It Follows,” serves as an allegory on the fear surrounding sexually transmitted diseases. Transitioning from...

AFI Fest Film Review: Susanne Bier’s ‘Bird Box’ Is an Intense, Family Focused Horror...

The horror genre goes through phases, where certain tropes are in and others are out. In 2018, the family-focused horror/drama is in. Susanne Bier's...

Interview: Cristina Gallego and Ciro Guerra Discuss the Making of ‘Birds of Passage’

Hailed by critics as a Colombian take on "The Godfather", Cristina Gallego and Ciro Guerra's "Birds of Passage" is one of the most ambitious...

AFI Fest Review: ‘Everybody Knows’ Is A Bland Thriller With Dark Family Ties

2018 AFI FILM FESTIVAL: Two-time Oscar champ for "Best Foreign Language Film" (the award itself goes to the respective country), Asghar Farhadi has crafted...

WATCH: Trailer for Asghar Farhadi Film ‘Everybody Knows’ Starring Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem

The upcoming feature "Everybody Knows" had many in the industry very excited prior to the Cannes Film Festival. The newest feature from Asghar Farhadi was...

INTERVIEW: Shaquille O’Neal on Inequality in the Hamptons, the Documentary ‘Killer Bees,’ and Makeup...

Shaquille O'Neal has had a larger than life career. After becoming the number one overall pick in 1992, Shaq went on to win 4...

WATCH: ‘Dumbo’ Soars in the Latest Trailer for the Tim Burton Film

Disney has had a busy week so far. They've already released not one, but two teasers for "Toy Story 4." They lost a legend...