We've kind of outlived the notion of "badass." Maybe we need to move on to something else.
Ben Foster was snubbed... again. The Academy doesn't seem to recognize a lot of our finest performers.
Often called the first important African film, 1966's 'Black Girl' remains a timely portrait of the immigrant experience.
Jon Favreau used to be skeptical of CGI. Now he's made an Oscar-nominated CGI fantasy film.
The novelist who wrote 'The Exorcist' and directed 'The Exorcist III' and 'The Ninth Configuration' has passed away.
The classic film is still energetic, intelligent, and notably feminist. It also still has serious tonal problems.
John Huston's 1950 crime flick may be the very first film in what we have come to know as the heist picture.
They made more money than any other film last year, but does that mean they were actually any good?