Interview: Richard E Grant on lucky breaks, film diaries, and "Can You Ever Forgive Me?"

by Nathaniel R Richard E Grant's timing was impeccable during my own journey into cinephilia. I was in the process of falling madly deeply in love with movies when he made his debut in the cult ...

Sarah Jessica Parker on Footloose, Sex And The City, and the life-changing role that came in between

The actor: Sarah Jessica Parker has had a tremendous career, starting out on Broadway in the title role of Annie, then working her way up in movies like Footloose, L.A. Story, and Honeymoon In Vegas ...

Steve Martin movies: 15 greatest films, ranked worst to best, include ‘All of Me,’ ‘Roxanne,’ ‘Parenthood’

Steve Martin movies: 15 greatest films, ranked worst to best, include ‘All of Me,’ ‘Roxanne,’ ‘Parenthood’ To celebrate the August 14 birthday of Steve Martin, we’ve got a special photo gallery featuring his 15 greatest films. The actor, comedian, writer, producer, playwright, author and musician is an ...

Steve Martin movies: 15 greatest films ranked from worst to best

Steve Martin movies: 15 greatest films ranked from worst to best To celebrate the August 14 birthday of Steve Martin, we’ve got a special photo gallery featuring his 15 greatest films. The actor, comedian, writer, producer, playwright, author and musician is an ...

Tribeca 2018: Sarah Jessica Parker Shines in ‘Blue Night’

New York City – Although many people will never think of Sarah Jessica Parker in any other role than Carrie Bradshaw of “Sex and the City,” the actor makes a major breakout with her new film, “Blue ...

Quote of the Day: Sarah Jessica Parker on the Launch of #TimesUp

Parker in “Divorce” While promoting the second season of “Divorce” this week in New York City, Sarah Jessica Parker, fresh off the plane from La, where she presented a Golden Globe Award, had a lot ...

The Most Disappointing TV Shows of 2017

The Most Disappointing TV Shows of 2017 In the age of peak TV, there’s a lot of bad television out there. But rather than take the time to highlight what everyone should already be forgetting, IndieWire is examining the heartbreaking misses ...

‘Home Again’ review: Dir. Hallie Meyers-Shyer (2017)

Home Again review: Reese Witherspoon leads the cast of this romantic L.A. story about a single mother who allows three young men to move in with her and her two daughters. Home Again review by Paul ...

Exclusive: Mick Jackson on returning to cinema with Denial

Author: Stefan Pape Mick Jackson, the director behind films such as The Bodyguard and L.A. Story, is returning to the silver screen for the first time in 14 years, with courtroom drama Denial. ...

Mick Jackson interview: Denial, The Bodyguard, Donald Trump

Simon Brew Jan 27, 2017 Director Mick Jackson on Denial, Donald Trump, directing films, and how he followed The Bodyguard... Mick Jackson has lived through several chapters of his directorial ...

La La Land movie review: city of stars, shining just for us

MaryAnn’s quick take… A marvel. Funny and exuberant and bittersweet and cliché-busting and unexpected as hell. We are going to need more movies like this one. I’m “biast” (pro): loved Damien ...

Review: Denial

by Eric Blume It’s kind of surprising how good Denial isn’t. The new film is about a Holocaust historian (Rachel Weisz) who has libel charges thrown against her by a racist Holocaust denier (Timothy ...

Review: Sarah Jessica Parker returns to HBO with 'Divorce'

Review: Sarah Jessica Parker returns to HBO with 'Divorce' For decades, the TV business operated under the mistaken belief that audiences wouldn't watch shows about unlikable characters. What the last 20-odd years of television has proved, however, is that ...

Rachel Weisz Holocaust Courtroom Drama ‘Denial’ Tops Specialty Box Office

Rachel Weisz Holocaust Courtroom Drama ‘Denial’ Tops Specialty Box Office Earning the strongest per theater average of any film out this weekend, Bleecker Street drama “Denial” easily topped the specialty box office. The film, starring Rachel Weisz as renowned historian ...

The Weekend Warrior 9/30/2016: Deepwater Horizon, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, Masterminds

Welcome back to the Weekend Warrior, your weekly look at the new movies hitting theaters this weekend, as well as other cool events and things to check out. This Past Weekend: While the new movies ...

‘Denial’ Review: Rachel Weisz And Timothy Spall Square Off In A Compelling Courtroom Drama — Toronto

‘Denial’ Review: Rachel Weisz And Timothy Spall Square Off In A Compelling Courtroom Drama — Toronto Earlier this year, the concentration camp Auschwitz was wiped off the face of the Earth. A superpowered Holocaust survivor who goes by the name of “Magneto” went to the hallowed massacre site, and — ...

The 25 Best Los Angeles Movies

Jesus is flying over Rome, a statue hoisted by a helicopter, in the opening shot of Fellini's "La Dolce Vita." In the opening shot of Steve Martin's "L.A. Story," which debuted 25 years ago this week ...

61 film books that are well worth your time

facebook twitter google+ Looking for good books about the movies to read? We've got a bumper selection of recommendations right here... A confession. I actually started writing this article in ...

Heroes Reborn, Ep. 1.01-1.02, “Brave New World” and “Odessa”

Heroes Reborn, Season 1, Episode 1, “Brave New World” Season 1, Episode 2, “Odessa” Written by Tim Kring Directed by Matt Shakman (“Brave New World”), Greg Beeman (“Odessa”) Airs on Thursdays at 8 ...

How Sean Baker Used Beautiful Accidents and New Talent to Deliver one of the Best Films of the Year

Glamour, palm trees, and surgically perfected bodies define Los Angeles in the eyes of the world, but beneath that artificial sunshine there are people and places that never find themselves portrayed ...

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