Spoiled rich people have been awful for centuries and our heatre, literature, and film has been reminding us of this fact with regularity. To this pile of moralizing fiction about the soulless elite, we can now add Lone Scherfig’s “The Riot Club,” adapted from the play “Posh” by Laura Wade by the author herself. Show More Summary
"A Wolf at the Door," the first feature by Brazilian filmmaker Fernando Coimbra, is a strange animal: in one moment, it makes us laugh at one character’s despair; one scene later, it provokes horror and makes us cringe when that same...Show More Summary
Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence have brought such energy and chemistry to their relationships in their scenes together in “Silver Linings Playbook” and “American Hustle” that viewers may be tempted to give heir latest collaboration some attention despite the stories of post-production drama and bad buzz that has accompanied it. Show More Summary
20 years ago, photographer Larry Clark directed “Kids,” an eye-rolling provocation that caused an uproar verging on parody. Critics either clutched their pearls in outrage or hailed the coming of a director unafraid to engage his obsessions, no matter how skeevy and perverted they appeared. Show More Summary
I’m giving this movie half a star more than I really want to because I’m aware that there are many contemporary moviegoers who are wired differently than I am. “Man From Reno”—reviewers are going to almost reflexively want to call it...Show More Summary
Brenda Myers-Powell, an ex-prostitute who has devoted her life to helping at-risk women and girls through her organization The Dreamcatcher Foundation, is the compelling subject of veteran filmmaker Kim Longinotto's new documentary, "Dreamcatcher," debuting on Showtime tonight, March 27, 2015. Show More Summary
1. "Of Mice and Women: The Strange Unraveling of Cinderella": Rob Walker, co-writer of the "Nostalgia Critic" series, writes a hilarious and insightful takedown of Disney's new "Cinderella" at Indie Outlook. “The original animated Cinderella...Show More Summary
Frank comes too or no deal.
The actress is frank about how she sees her body after having two babies.
His favorite character: Omar. Obviously.
You can't tell me regular Teddy Ruxpin didn't chill you to the core.
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Editor's Note: The following is a piece by Amanda Ann Klein, an associate professor of film studies at East Carolina University and the author of "American Film Cycles: Reframing Genres, Screening Social Problems, & Defining Subcultures...Show More Summary
Any of these directors could make these movies truly perfect.
Plus Betty White reveals her one regret in life and Miley Cyrus wears something we're actually into (sort of).
1. "Ya dig? Abel Ferrara on 'Ms. 45' and '70s New York": A great 2013 interview conducted by our Simon Abrams for The Village Voice. Related: Abrams' new interview with Ferrara at The Dissolve, where the director explains why he is "angry...Show More Summary
I just realized that Jai Courtney was Varro in Starz's Spartacus, and now I feel bad.
Yet there are also no words to justice to its awfulness.