A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, a film called Star Wars opened up in theaters and changed the world.
In 1959, Thelonious Monk recorded a historic soundtrack. It was never released. Until now.
At moments, 'The Dinner' speaks fortuitously to America's retrenched hierarchies of class and race.
This is not a movie for the faint of heart.
The filmmaker behind 'Silence of the Lambs' and 'Philadelphia' succumbs to cancer.
The new Adam Sandler movie is really confused about 1994.
That's more than 57,000 years' worth of Adam Sandler movies.
Julia Ducournau’s gory coming-of-age film challenges the audience's conception of humanity.
The trend has sent Hollywood actors in the here-and-now scrambling to exert control over how their characters and images are portrayed in the hereafter.
From 'The Last Temptation of Christ' to 'Silence,' Scorsese's passion projects often revolve around religion.
The National Film Registry now contains more than 700 motion pictures.
Yes, Jackie Kennedy really did talk like that.
Oliver Stone's new film humanizes the decade's most enigmatic whistleblower.
‘Dancer,’ the new documentary about Sergei Polunin—whose video to Hozier’s “Take Me To Church” went viral last year—examines the star’s rise and subsequent personal crisis.