La Hora Marcada, a Twilight Zone–like horror anthology that ran on Mexican television, gave Cuarón early shots at directing.
The Ballad of Buster Scruggs is Joel and Ethan Coen’s second Western in the last eight years — but only if you’re being strict with your definitions.
The USA series’ first season arrives at a satisfying, if not that surprising, conclusion that feels more alarmingly timely than ever.
Where Scarface is a film of manic highs leading to a sudden stop, Carlito’s Way is a movie of regretful mornings after.
Even under mounds of makeup, Chaney usually just seems like he’s been dropped into a movie by accident.
The series unites its main characters in an unexpected fashion as a Purger takes a litigious turn.
Shirkers continues a long tradition of documentaries showing how hard filmmaking can be.
A flashback reveals Lila’s backstory and a last-scene twist takes the series in an unexpected direction.
Few directors use every inch of a wide-screen frame quite as well.
Melissa McCarthy is going to surprise a lot of people when they see Can You Ever Forgive Me?, but she shouldn’t.
“I ran into Quentin Tarantino at a coffee shop and he said, ‘I’m writing an adaptation of Rum Punch, why don’t you read it?’”
Jane comes to a decision about David while Rick and Jenna have a heated discussion with their creepy neighbor.
The creepy masked killer isn’t who he seems to be.
A late twist resets Rick and Jenna’s storyline while, elsewhere, Miguel and Penelope come close to reuniting.
Redford may look like someone born to win, but he usually seems more comfortable playing losers and underdogs.
Penelope finds herself in a terrifying circus as Jane hits the streets trying to call back an assassination.
Rick and Jenna make a deal they might come to regret as Miguel’s search for Penelope intensifies.
A look back at the director’s best work.
Purge Night kicks off with some revelations about Jane’s past and some complications for Miguel.
Chance the Rapper makes his acting debut as a werewolf in Slice. But what kind? The movie’s characters keep asking the question. We tried to answer.