Figuring out your identity in a public space isn't ideal, or always safe.
New films from Jeremy Saulnier ("Blue Ruin" "Green Room"), Tamara Jenkins ("The Savages") and more.
Redford's farewell to acting is a perfect bookend with his iconic turn as The Sundance Kid.
With Robert Redford's latest and possibly last film currently in theaters, a look back at his classic pairing with Paul Newman from 1969.
Jeb Lund is back to discuss ABC's feels-y Edward Jones commercial slash drama, plus House for the Canon and a sizzling prestige Game Time!
Ever have a car crash turn into a hookup?
Sofia Coppola's 2003 film gets the Sacred Cow treatment, plus Joaquin Phoenix and John C. Reilly in director Jacques Audiard's English-language debut.
Lean's 1963 Best Picture-winner is a complicated take on hero worship and a thrilling showcase of the director's bold filmmaking.
Long reduced to a couple of infamous scenes, "Deliverance" is also a prescient ecological nightmare - and it made a star of the late Burt Reynolds.
It's a severe national crisis.
Rudolph Valentino was Hollywood’s first “latin lover.” His shocking death at the age of 31 was attributed to side effects from an appendectomy, but Hollywood Babylon forwards theories that Valentino may have actually been poisoned
Thoughts on two highly-acclaimed new indies, plus "John McEnroe: In the Realm of Perfection" and "Night Comes On."
Representation and "Crazy Rich Asians," plus /Filmcast host Dave Chen joins for takeaways from a decade-plus talking about movies
The Kim Kardashian of her day, Peggy Hopkins Joyce was famous for being rich and famous—and for her marriages and involvements with rich and famous men, including Charlie Chaplin.
Who was Will Hays, and how did he come to put his name on the censorship “Code” that would shape the content of movies more than any other single force from the early 1930s into the 1960s?
After two decades, the Mission Impossible franchise is still finding a way to raise the stakes.
A debate about Christopher Nolan's landmark film and its status as the best superhero movie ever.