Opening just in time for Christmas in 331 theatres across North America, 'Dangal' is Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan's first film since his 'PK' broke Indian box-office records two years ago. Anticipation for the movie has been building steadily.
A nearly three-hour German-Austrian movie about a corporate strategist and her troublemaking father may seem the unlikeliest of crowd pleasers, but 'Toni Erdmann' has been beguiling viewers wherever it's been shown.
Writer-director Mike Mills is living proof that filmmakers should never leave home. Two out of his three features are portraits of his parents, individually rather than collectively, and he stewed over both a total of 11 years before they were a reality.
The holiday season is always a crowded time for movies, but among all the children’s-friendly fare and Oscar hopefuls shuffling their way into theatres, you’re not going to find anything quite like 'A Monster Calls.'
Six hundred years in the future, a journalist and an engineer join an interplanetary expedition, going into hibernation for the century-long journey. But the two wake up years too early, facing an eerily empty craft.
Director Pablo Larraín was not the only double-dipper at this year’s New York Film Festival—Kristen Stewart had, in fact, three different entries—but the two features he presented there were ones that are now generating a genuine Oscar resonance....
Mia Hansen-Løve is in the final stretch of her busy New York Film Festival schedule and she confesses to being tired. She sits in a booth at the restaurant of her hotel with her phone in hand, mere moments before she has to run crosstown to introduce the next screening of her latest film, Things...
Designer-turned-director Tom Ford’s sophomore directorial effort, 'Nocturnal Animals,' is an arresting tale of love and violence told in a style which used to be called Pirandellian—i.e., playing with reality and the illusion of same.