The latest from the director James Gray centers on an astronaut whose mission into deep space becomes a voyage of self-discovery.
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From its spectacularly detailed aesthetic to the characters’ march down well-worn personality paths, the movie argues insistently for the status quo.
While the killings in this continuation of Rambo saga are zestfully depicted, the movie overall is rote.
Toni Servillo plays the former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi in Paolo Sorrentino’s extravagant portrait.
The director James Gray narrates a moment that uses actual images of the moon as the setting for a harrowing rover action sequence.
Julian Fellowes, the show’s creator, and the producer Gareth Neame had a lot of characters to work with and a lot of fans to satisfy. Here’s how they navigated the challenge.
The filmmaker Asif Kapadia (who won an Oscar for “Amy”) cuts through the filler of conventional sports documentaries.
The directors of “It Chapter Two” and the coming “Doctor Sleep” know all that can go wrong with film versions of his work. Here’s what they learned.
A documentary traces the life and times of a notorious lawyer whose career stretched from Joseph McCarthy to Donald J. Trump.
In a celebration of Batman started by DC Comics, sites including the former Domino Sugar building in Brooklyn will be emblazoned with his symbol on Saturday.
All of a sudden, they’re everywhere. Why?
James Gray narrates a moon rover sequence from his film, starring Brad Pitt.
The actor, singer and former “Dear Evan Hansen” star discovers that Ryan Murphy, Richard Linklater and Stephen Sondheim are speaking the language he wants to hear.
The company, which began as a comedy website, has branched out to podcasts and feature films, including “Between Two Ferns: The Movie,” which debuts on Netflix on Friday.
Zach Galifianakis’s popular “Funny or Die” series has been turned into a road pic. Should it have been?
Our guide to film series and special screenings.
A revamped tower wants your love. It’s offering King Kong, flying steel girders — and a vertiginous ride to the 102nd floor. The city’s first supertall building also offers grand views of the new New York.
Kent Jones, who is also a filmmaker, has served as the event’s director since 2012. He will also depart as the chairman of its selection committee.
Demi Moore plays the unpleasant boss of unpleasant people trying to survive after a cave collapses on a company retreat.
The film zigzags between tones, zanily bouncing between comedy and horror-esque thrills.
Jacqueline Olive, who directed the documentary, makes a powerful case that such murders can and do happen today.
In this Swedish comedy, a woman’s humdrum life changes when she takes on a job as a youth soccer coach.
A near-catatonic James Franco plays a movie-obsessed innocent in “Zeroville,” a painful head trip through 1970s Hollywood.
With “Little Women,” “Watchmen” and other book adaptations heading to screens big and small, here are nine titles worth curling up with first.
The global migration crisis comes into intimate view in this documentary about an Afghan family’s arduous journey toward asylum.
Two films — one on the violent antidrug campaign in the Philippines, another on refugees from Myanmar — screen together.
The service joins a competitive streaming field, and it will offer new shows that incorporate elements of older NBCUniversal properties.
“My First Black Boyfriend,” an essay collection by the comedian and filmmaker, is coming out next year.
It has been five months since thousands of movie and TV writers fired their agents and election results indicate the Hollywood standoff will continue.
The movie opened to about $33.2 million in domestic ticket sales, second only to “It Chapter Two.”
Handler sets out to have tough conversations in “Hello, Privilege. It’s Me, Chelsea,” and Baldwin subjects himself to ridicule from Robert De Niro and Caitlyn Jenner.
Merritt Wever and Toni Collette hunt down a rapist in a new crime series on Netflix. And Rowan Atkinson plays Georges Simenon’s detective in “Maigret.”
A low subscription fee in 2017 attracted subscribers but resulted in huge losses. It continued to burn through cash while struggling to find a business model that worked.
A lot of major contenders just debuted at film festivals, but none may be strong enough to dislodge the front-runner “Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood.”