Todd Haynes weaves a tale in “May December” that demands introspection, inviting viewers into a cinematic labyrinth of love, art, and moral ambiguity.
“The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes” enhances everything we know about “The Hunger Games,” while still telling a compelling, standalone narrative.
Disney’s “Wish” celebrates the studio’s 100th anniversary but falls short of classic status. A self-serving tribute, it’s a mishmash of references, with underdeveloped characters and a rushed conclusion.
Emma Stone and Mark Ruffalo shine in Yorgos Lanthimos’ latest dark comedy, “Poor Things.”
Director Garth Davis’s latest film, “Foe,” despite its ambitious concept and star actors, falls short due to overacting and a lack of subtlety.
The latest entry in “The Fast Saga” is hitting 4K Ultra HD and Blu-ray with plenty of NOS-fueled extras.
Johnny Sobczak is taking his first look at the 2024 Oscars playing field and making his early predictions for Hollywood’s biggest night.
A frame-by-frame breakdown of the second trailer for Denis Villeneuve’s “Dune: Part Two.”
“No Hard Feelings” is a hysterical combination of raunchy humor and genuine heart that allows Jennifer Lawrence to hilariously showcase the full range of her immense talent.
Kristin Chenoweth stars as Miss Codwell in Season 2 of “Schmigadoon!” and shares how she created her character.
Jane Krakowski is breaking down her jaw-dropping musical number from Season 2 of “Schmigadoon!”
Welcome to Schmicago! Keegan-Michael Key kicks off the Week of Schmigadoon! talking all things musical theater!
Anthony Head joins the Week of Lasso to discuss being “Ted Lasso’s” only irredeemable villain.
Kola Bokinni joins the Week of Lasso to talk Isaac and Colin in “Ted Lasso,” that epic penalty kick, and Kola’s NFL fandom.
Jeremy Swift joins the Week of Lasso to talk jazz, comedy and stealing scenes as Higgins in “Ted Lasso.”
Nick Mohammed talks catharsis, Nathan’s ending, and whether or not he was redeemed in Season 3 of “Ted Lasso.”