Christina Hendricks has the old-world, but never old, sex appeal of our Marilyn, and is perhaps our first red-headed pin-up since Rita Hayworth. And she has major acting chops.
Nicolas Winding Refn goes in-depth about his philosophy on filmmaking and the difference between stylish and stylized.
One of the most buzzed-about movies out of the Cannes Film Festival last spring, Nicolas Winding Refn's Drive is a strange mix of outrageous action an...
Carey Mulligan has received deserved praise for her performance in Through a Glass Darkly at New York Theatre Workshop. Mulligan truly shows what a star she has become.
How do these starlets skip around the color wheel faster than you can say 'Bumble & Bumble'? It's all about careful color customization.
Gosling came to the table, lanky in a striped tank top, surprising me with his boyish and open manner, so different from the character he plays in the film.
Our stalwart editor Steve Biodrowski couldn't make the recording session for this episode -- he said it had something to do with his teaching gig; we ...
Oliver Stone is never content to just make one movie; he always makes several, then squeezes them all together into one engorged package, chockablock with gaudy visuals, oversized characters and unchecked passion.
Never Let Me Go is a staid, lifeless tale that never talks about what it's about, or at least not enough to provoke deep thoughts on the subject. Deep sleep is more like it.
DAY ONE I've just arrived at the Toronto International Film Festival -- which runs through September 19 -- and I'm already falling behind. Travel sna...
Everyone speaks the language of film at the Cannes Film Festival. But there's still a cultural divide. Take the excellent French actor Mathieu Amalric.
I've certainly seen quite a few adaptations of Sherlock Holmes. So I feel as prepared as anyone who is not a member of the Baker Street Irregulars to tackle the wave of Holmesiana that has arrived on DVD.
When I first read about The Greatest -- a story of how a family reconnects after the loss of a child -- I knew it was something I wanted to see. Writer and director Shana Feste answered some questions about the film for Women & Hollywood.
No doubt the critics will hate The Greatest, a moving drama about the nature of grief and what it reveals about the grieving.
From his home in London, Nick Hornby took a few minutes to speak with me about the recession, his writing, and mixing it up with singer-songwriter Ben Folds.
Cinephiles will remember this as the year in Pixar reached new emotional heights, Clooney proved to be king, tween audiences ruled the world, and Quentin Tarantino returned to form.