Reese Witherspoon developed the film "Wild," which follows a hard-living woman's path to solace and redemption via a long trek in the wilderness, outside the studio system under the auspices of her own production company, with private financing.
The Aussie horror import "The Babadook" will please those that want horror to explore the darkness, but it is an ultimately unpleasant and disturbing experience disguised as a fun monster movie.
Benedict Cumberbatch is this year's Cate Blanchett, miraculously managing a fully immersive, daring-to-be-disliked portrayal that is revelatory from an actor who has given us nothing but revelations.
New Zealand dairy farmer Anthony Powell has spent most of his adult life at the South Pole, and spent the last ten years filming primarily time-lapsed scenes for the gorgeous, 90-minute documentary.
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.
Years before Mae West and Marilyn Monroe became popular, Sophie Tucker was the original blonde bombshell. A new documentary offers an intimate look at the original "red hot mama."
Revolutions, we find out in the third "Hunger Games" film, succeed or fail based on one thing: The quality of your sound bites and propaganda advertisements.