I wouldn't start pinning your hopes on a sequel to the reboot.
One of these things is not like the others.
Delicious breakfast spoilers go great with your work-from-home blizzard coffee.
One of the most asked questions of Sundance 2015 is going to seem like a simple one—“Would you be a prisoner or a guard?” And, of course, hat opening salvo will lead to deeper questions of how far one would go or how much abuse one would take in each role. Show More Summary
Our Sundance 2015 coverage, organized alphabetically by film: "Beaver Trilogy, Part IV" "The Bronze" "Brooklyn" "Christmas, Again" "Dope" "The End of the Tour" "Girlhood" "James White" (interview) "Most Likely to Succeed" "Nasty Baby" "The...Show More Summary
Writer/director Leslye Headland’s new romantic comedy “Sleeping with Other People” has been appropriately familiarized to Sundance audiences as “‘When Harry Met Sally’ for Assholes” by the director herself at the world premiere. It’s a...Show More Summary
With its melodramatic score and sumptuously photographed imagery of a snow-covered ‘50s New York City, I fought against John Crowley’s “Brooklyn” for about twenty minutes. Words like sentimental and maudlin crossed my mind and made it to my notebook. Show More Summary
Kamala Khan has no patience for your Islamophobia.
Someone's being "courted."
"I would have FOX's lawyers so far up my ass they could smell Wade Wilson's feet."
5 Shows After Dark
Angela Lansbury is NON-NEGOTIABLE, DISNEY.
Star power can be a dangerous thing at film festivals like Sundance. Seeing names like Nicole Kidman, Michael Fassbender, Ethan Hawke, and Kristen Wiig in the plot description naturally catches the eye simply because hey craft an expectation...Show More Summary
The first season of “The Americans” was an entertaining, well-made spy drama. It was fun, particularly thanks to a fearless performance by Keri Russell. Season one was set-up for the far denser and superior second season, in which all of the stakes felt higher and the entire production seemed more refined. Show More Summary
Plus, Courtney Love Awkwardly Hugs It Out with Frances Bean, and Miley Cyrus keeps it "stanky."
Plus, Bradley Cooper for Green Lantern?
Not enough musical numbers are drunken.
1. "Why 'Selma' Is More Than Fair to L.B.J.": The New Yorker's Amy Davidson makes an excellent argument deflating the controversy swirling around Ava DuVernay's historical drama. “Critics of ‘Selma’ have been offended by the idea that Johnson wanted King, and a voting-rights bill, to wait in line behind the President’s other legislative priorities. Show More Summary
Plus, Paulson photobombs Stevie Nicks.
Katniss kills it! (Again!)