When a fan tells him she's tongue tied, Martin Scorsese becomes wildly animated: "Why? You don't need to be. It's just me," and gives her a hug. You c...
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Noah Baumbach's new film Frances Ha is cut from the same cloth as Lena Dunham's Girls. Written with Greta Gerwig, who stars as Frances, shot in black ...
Let's consider, shall we, some of The Guilt Trip's cinematic mother-son precursors, and how their various mammeles stack up on the scale of believability.
If you ever wondered what really happened to Baby Jane, Craig Lucas offers one theory in his new play The Lying Lesson, a suspense thriller that holds...
Emma: So we open with Adam this time.
Lori L.: Yes!
Emma: I'm excited that we've gotten to see more of him without Hannah this season.
Squalor, sewers, Dickensian suffering, a splendor of operatic riches! If you are director Tom Hooper, how do you follow the drama of the multi-Oscar winning King's Speech?
25 years ago, the very idea that there might actually be an audience out there for The Princess Bride was -- for executives at 20th Century Fox, anyway -- inconceivable.
To mark the 50th anniversary of the prestigious New York Film Festival, the Film Society of Lincoln Center premiered Ang Lee's new movie, Life of Pi, based on Yann Martel's popular novel.
If Penny Marshall's honking nasalese leaps off the pages of her memoir, My Mother was Nuts, it's not because she wrote the book. Rather, this is the w...
Yet again, a group of dudes has created a movie that portrays women as a combination of saintly and beautiful morons waiting around for guys who don't deserve them.
Sleepwalk With Me, a charming gem set in the world of stand-up comedy, is the latest in a long line of smart, bittersweet romantic tales heavily influenced by Woody Allen's 1977 classic Annie Hall.
Woody Harrelson was feeling extra generous Sunday following a bash at Bar Centrale in Hell's Kitchen for actress Carol Kane's 60th birthday.
Mike Birbiglia's debut feature film Sleepwalk With Me did not disappoint. The film is candid, heartbreaking and, most importantly, extremely funny throughout.
When a wanted bank robber stumbles into his L. A. house as he prepares for a dinner party, Pierce is perfect as victim, but then who is the more dangerous?
As the five actresses of Love Loss and What I Wore meticulously lay out every meaningful bit of wardrobe -- the Brownie uniform, the prom frock -- the words exert the power of Proust's madeleine on me.
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