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At Tate Modern in London, Holly Williams watched a full day and night of the video installation so you don’t have to.
Written and directed by Rupert Everett, who also stars, the film opens as Wilde is released from prison after serving two years for gross indecency.
Mr. Wilson’s breakout part was as one of two murderers in “In Cold Blood.” He played a kinder figure on several seasons of “The Walking Dead.”
The movie reflects a battle that’s played out in her own career, between the perceived ephemerality of pop and the assumed durability of “real” music.
Bradley Cooper, who directed and stars with Lady Gaga, creates thrills with a steadfast belief in old-fashioned, big-feeling cinema.
Huge turnout for “Venom” and “A Star Is Born” gave Hollywood its best October weekend ever. “Venom” came in first place, but both films exceeded expectations.
We’re so unused to romance and sincerity on the big screen that we’ve become suspicious of our reactions. Perhaps that‘s why some critics are calling it schmaltzy.
Christian Bale looks convincing as Dick Cheney, Clint Eastwood’s drug runner looks promising, but Taron Egerton’s ‘Robin Hood’ is feeling more pointless.
His films included an Oscar-winning study of Eleanor Roosevelt and a portrait of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. that one critic called a “genuine spiritual epic.”
The newest version, starring Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga, hits theaters this weekend. But how does it stack up against the others? Here’s a scorecard.
Bradley Cooper narrates a look at an early scene from his film, in which his rock star character, witnesses the musical talents of a new crush (Lady Gaga).
Bradley Cooper narrates a sequence from his film, in which he stars with Lady Gaga.
Ian Schrager, convicted with Steve Rubell of tax evasion, was conflicted about his club years. But now he wants his family to know about that time, via a new film.
Was the cost in lives and money worth it to put a man on the lunar surface? The award-winning actors and director discuss their Neil Armstrong biopic, “First Man.”
At the New-York Historical Society, a glimpse of the folkloric, cultural and scientific influences on the magic of the popular series.
Teen movies like “Porky’s” reveled in the dynamic of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s worst memory: “The uproarious laughter between the two, and their having fun at my expense.”
A British family turns on itself when a mysterious substance seals its home in this genuinely upsetting horror-sci-fi hybrid.
The film, which focuses on a popular Marvel character, feels like a body-horror movie played for slapstick.
The writer-director Annemarie Jacir adds quiet warmth to the story of a strained but loving relationship in a Christian Palestinian community.
A Russian gangster, a blackmail scheme and some hungry alligators in the directorial debut of Cuba Gooding Jr.
The documentary is at its best when focused on Ian Schrager, one of the founders, who hasn’t shared his side of the story in such depth before.
The movie focuses on two estranged brothers who are at odds, until they head out on the dance floor.
David Silverman has created an unlikely career as the author of books about the homes of the famous in Los Angeles
The timely film, based on Angie Thomas’s young-adult best seller of the same name, takes a wonky leap from page to screen.
Mr. Kurtz worked closely with George Lucas on the first two films in one of the most successful franchises in history.
It can be elitist, maddening and most of all inspiring — especially films like Alfonso Cuarón’s “Roma” and Julian Schnabel’s “At Eternity’s Gate.”
Peter Bogdanovich’s documentary is an affectionate and informative tribute to Buster Keaton, one of the silent era’s great innovators.
Ms. Fan, who has disappeared from public view for months, vastly underreported her income, the Chinese state news media said.