Since they've really hit it off, and there's an undeniable attraction, Wallace (Daniel Radcliff) and Chantry (Zoe Kazan) decide to make a go of it. They begin a relationship -- by choosing to be good friends.
Here's a movie about a couple brought together by cinematic form itself. As with all Leos Carax's other films, this is a visually fantastical, idiosyncratic experience.
When they write the book on the development of the cinematic art form, "L'Avventura" is going to need its own chapter.
The energy and enthusiasm of Bateman, Day, Sudeikis, Aniston, and the rest of the cast is infectious, even if the movie itself is flagrantly dumb.
Despite a clever title and rubbing elbows with some of the biggest names in show business, Josh Sabarra's well-intentioned memoir is mostly anticlimactic.
A small town boy, a mysterious reverend, belief, and the concept of a secret world alongside our own are expertly explored in this impressive new book.
One of Stephen King's lesser-known adaptation films debuts on Blu-ray from my friends at Shout Factory.
Gay Days has brought thousands upon thousands of travelers to Central Florida for nearly 25 years, and now Thanksgiving will never be the same as Gay Days presents its very first celebrations in Fort Lauderdale.
Bonnie Raitt played a small, intimate venue: Olivia Travel's Thanksgiving cruise.