Jon M. Chu’s adaptation of the best-selling novel is a lavish, slyly old-fashioned romantic comedy.
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The plot involves a team of covert agents devoted to a level of violence we’re told most people find unpalatable. Peter Berg directs.
Tracing the origins of the frightening folktale from online comment to Hollywood movie.
The director Jon M. Chu explains his visual choices for a scene in which rumors about a couple (Henry Golding and Constance Wu) are spread through social media.
Rose Byrne and Chris O’Dowd also star in this adaptation of Nick Hornby’s novel.
Jeremiah Zagar’s elemental coming-of-age tale follows mixed-race siblings in upstate New York.
Ryan McHenry left detailed instructions for “Anna and the Apocalypse,” based on his feeling that “High School Musical” would be “better if Zac Efron were eaten by zombies.”
A young director records himself and two skateboarding pals through hard times and painful revelations.
Just another semi-rock-star dad, bowling with his bandmates in between acting gigs.
Time to sell years of theme-park memorabilia.
A Broadway hoofer who went to Hollywood to tutor William Holden, Kim Novak, Ingrid Bergman, Jerry Lewis, Tuesday Weld and Jane Fonda, to name a few.
Nine actors talk about how their accents — and culture — helped and hindered them as they forged screen careers.
In “Moonlight,” “Murphy Brown,” “Blues Brothers” and more, Ms. Franklin’s catalog was called on to sweeten or deepen a scene.
How combat deeply affects relationships is the theme of “Extinction” and “The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society.”
Jon M. Chu narrates a sequence from his film.
Our guide to film series and special screenings.
Alfonso Cuarón’s semi-autobiographical tale is set in Mexico City in the 1970s. The last time he made a film set there was his breakout, “Y Tu Mamá También.”
A soulful boy bonds with a soulful beast, 20,000 years ago, in this solo feature debut by the director Albert Hughes.
Jonathan Pryce, Glenn Close and Christian Slater dig into meaty roles in this adaptation of Meg Wolitzer’s 2003 novel.
In Rodrigo Cortés’s teen horror movie, a boarding school has haunts along its hallways.
Watching Ricky D’Ambrose’s experimental mystery film requires learning how to watch it.
Megumi Sasaki’s disgruntled documentary attempts to balance Louie Psihoyos’s 2009 film about dolphin capture and slaughter.
The documentary looks at artificial intelligence and warns of a very dangerous world that’s soon to come.
Mélanie Thierry is an enigmatic Marguerite Duras in this film based on Duras’s semi-autobiographical novel.
This prurient reboot of the “Puppet Master” has unsuspecting conventioneers under attack by dolls.
In Singapore, where the film was largely shot, detractors say the cast is unrepresentative of diversity in the city-state.
A well-regarded singing career brought her some fame, but probably not as much as her small part as Vito Corleone’s wife.
Born to a Jewish family in Egypt, Mr. Mizrahi was the first Israeli filmmaker to win an Academy Award and is still the only one.
Prominent Asian-Americans have been renting out theaters for screenings of the film, hoping to spread demand for more movies with Asian leads.
With a new trailer out now, the movie is a follow-up of sorts to the Mel Gibson smash “What Women Want.”
The service has become an integral part of the private and social lives of many — one user saw 19 movies in 19 days. But limits on usage will change that.
Alison McAlpine’s experimental feature tries to film an essentially unfilmable subject: the night sky above the Atacama Desert in Chile.
The festival also announced a period drama with Chris Pine as its opening night film.
Families, most with small children, gathered at Film Forum for a special screening of the 1968 movie that let them share their love of the group.
We rounded up some of the best reviews, reports, essays and interviews about Spike Lee’s “BlacKkKlansman.”
The shark movie was expected to take in $20 million. Instead, “The Meg” collected $44.5 million. Among highbrow films, “BlacKkKlansman” posted solid results.