A chilling warning of what will happen if we allow the cetacean rebels to advance any further into our terrestrial domain
The silver lining to Cecily Strong being replaced.
Welcome nostalgia freaks.
Plus, Daniel Craig, Robert Downey Jr., and Samuel L. Jackson may appear in Episode VII.
There’s something a trifle off about the dashing young stranger from the moment he walks through the door. Identifying himself as “David,” a soldier who once served with the deceased son of the Peterson family whose house he has now politely infiltrated, this guest has a genial demeanor that masks an inner core as cold as steel. Show More Summary
Last week brought news that the 2015 edition of Leonard Maltin's Movie Guide would be its last. If you visit this site regularly, you're probably quite familiar with it, but just in case you aren't: the Guide was a thick, comprehensive paperback listing notable feature films in alphabetical order. Show More Summary
The 2015 “Leonard Maltin’s Movie Guide,” all 1,632 pages of it, just out in paperback, is the 45 th, and final, edition of this iconic compendium. To movie lovers of a certain age, especially, the prospect of a “Guide”-less cinematic landscape is of a piece with the demise of 35mm or the shuttering of your local movie house. Show More Summary
Just give them your Reeses Pieces already and no one will get hurt.
I don't even know what race I am. I'm all miscellaneous in the face."
If she has a talent (is she a singer?), then why does she have to sell herself in lingerie?
Only slightly more uncomfortable than accidentally watching your parents' sex tape.
African American woman kissing white man = prostitution?
Now, that's Poussey...
It's actually a brilliant little historical detail.
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I mean, she's not wrong.
And his opinions on who might lead the Scots.
There were notable acting lions amongst the legions at the Toronto International Film Festival this year. Al Pacino prowled the comeback rail with “Manglehorn” and “The Humbling,” while Robert Duvall roared his way through the title role in “The Judge.” But the female legend in attendance most deserving of the mantle of lionness was Liv Ullmann. Show More Summary
My final dispatch from the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival catches some of the best films of this year’s fest, all from continents other than North America. A class system in Russia that is destroying people. The other side of “The French Connection.” A cleverly crafted tale of Korean fishermen forced into a nightmare at sea. Show More Summary
A master of adaptability, Al Pacino seems to be bound by no character. In his latest film–David Gordon Green’s naturalistic fairy tale “Manglehorn”–Pacino plays a forlorn locksmith attempting to get over the lover of his life. To break...Show More Summary