Tuesday, December 9 2014
NEW YORK — Hanging on the wall of IFC Films’ President Jonathan Sehring’s office is a huge banner showing a tableau at a county fair.
Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s office on the Sony Pictures lot is a lot like you might imagine it to be. A glass marijuana
Monday, December 8 2014
In Ridley Scott’s lavish new 3-D epic, “Exodus: Gods and Kings,” rivers run with blood, ancient seas part with tsunami force, and Christian Bale
Friday, December 5 2014
Julianne Moore has a no-nonsense, down-to-earth style that avoids typical actor platitudes (a trait that made her turn as a phony has-been actress in David Cronenberg’s upcoming “Maps to the Stars” all the more ironic).
Thursday, December 4 2014
The Sundance Film Festival is often a place where movie actors can try on new guises outside the high-pressure, pigeonholding world of mainstream Hollywood. But
Who’s the more powerful teenager: Katniss Everdeen or Lorde? Or to make it a musical question: In “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1,” the box-office-topping
In three intense dramas, Bennett Miller has examined real life with pinpoint accuracy. In 2005 he made “Capote,” examining the moral costs of Truman Capote’s