Terence Davies’s new film essays the reclusive, and sometimes frustrating, life of the poet Emily Dickinson, played by Cynthia Nixon.
Ben Wheatley’s new film is a 90-minute shoot-out in an empty warehouse, and it’s exactly as interesting as that sounds.
Every sequel in the long-running franchise has added more stars and crazier set-pieces. But can it last forever?
The Late Show host turned his fire on the embattled InfoWars conspiracy theorist, who now claims he’s been “in character” for years.
New episodes of David Lynch’s Twin Peaks and Jane Campion’s Top of the Lake are among the surprising titles to screen next month.
The first teaser for Episode VIII is finally here.
James Gray’s exploration of the Amazon at the turn of the 20th century is the best work of his career.
The latest in Vin Diesel’s long-running franchise is a fun ride, but the rust is starting to show.
The MTV Movie & TV Awards will no longer hand out separate trophies for best male and female performers. Will bigger ceremonies follow suit?
The latest episode’s host Louis C.K. starred in a sketch that initially seemed like a typical fake commercial—and turned out to be anything but.
Pete Holmes’s HBO series continually confounded expectations, all the way up to its comedy-free season finale.
The Japanese director Makoto Shinkai’s breathtaking film, which focuses on a boy and girl who switch bodies, is one of the best teen movies in years.
Anne Hathaway stars in a bizarre, allegorical tale about both a giant lizard ravaging Seoul … and a woman trying to put her life back together.
The comedian’s new special for Netflix is his first in years to feel coherent and truly challenging.
Netflix’s new three-part documentary series celebrates and analyzes the efforts of major Hollywood directors who depicted World War II.
The new Netflix film posits a world in which the existence of an afterlife has been conclusively proven—but it doesn’t know where to take that story.
The Hollywood update of the classic ’90s anime ignores the original’s deeper sci-fi themes to deliver forgettable action.
Jessica Chastain stars as Antonina Zabinski, who used the Warsaw Zoo to save the lives of hundreds of Jews during World War II.
The comedian’s two Netflix specials are loaded with brilliant storytelling, but suffer when they lose hold of his unique point of view.
The show will air at the same time across the U.S. for the first time ever starting in April—thanks to social media.