“Hillbilly Elegy” has the right ingredients for success, but the recipe is all wrong.
“Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” is a performance-driven film – and it more than delivers in that department thanks to Boseman and Davis.
“Minari” is not only another testament to the shared experiences of immigrant families in America, but to Americans in general, reminding what makes this country strong in the first place.
“One Night in Miami” delivers a powerful portrait of race, justice and celebrity that’s just as relevant now as it was in 1964.
“Nomadland” is simultaneously timeless and timely, standing tall as both a stunning indictment of America’s broken systems and a beautiful memoir of a woman wandering through badlands.
Aaron Sorkin’s “The Trial of the Chicago 7” delivers a compelling and timely story that cements it as a Best Picture front-runner.
Film Fest 919 will return this year with a drive-in festival in Chapel Hill.
The Academy announced major changes to the Best Picture requirements to promote diversity and representation.
With the “Dune” trailer looming on the horizon, Johnny Sobczak examines its awards potential.
Netflix released a first look at Aaron Sorkin’s upcoming film “The Trial of the Chicago 7.”
It’s never too early to start predicting which movies will make the cut come awards season, and this week Johnny is breaking down the odds for “Tenet” and “Da 5 Bloods.”
Inside The Film Room senior writer got the chance to speak with four-time Academy Award-winning visual effects supervisor Joe Letteri about his career and upcoming projects.
The North Carolina Film Critics Association announced the winners of its eighth annual Film Awards on Friday, and “Parasite” was the big winner.
The holidays are always a busy time at the box office. Whether it’s big-budget blockbusters trying to capitalize on audiences having time off or awards contenders barely squeaking by the deadline, there are plenty of options to check out. Here are some of our favorite new releases from this holiday season to save you from going to see “Cats.”
The Safdie brothers’ exhilarating and anxiety-inducing thriller is like an adrenaline shot straight to the chest — and without Sandler, none of it would work.
James Mangold’s “Ford v Ferrari” is a proper adult drama set at 200 miles per hour.