Thursday Apr 3
A call for an increase in antiheroines
Look at A Clockwork Orange's Alex, Goodfellas' Henry Hill, Scarface's Tony Montana, The Wolf of Wall Street's Jordan Bellford, Pulp Fiction's Jules Winnfield, American Beauty's Lester Burnham, Fight Club's Tyler Durden, Gran Torino's Walt Kowalski, American Psycho's Patrick Bateman and Taxi Driver's Travis Bickle: all riveting characters, all ... (more)
Charlize Theron Is Sweaty and Fierce After Her Morning Workout
Charlize Theron is making every effort to protect herself from an early morning paparazzi shot.
Roger Ebert To Headline 2014 Ebertfest; Spike Lee, Oliver Stone To Attend
The 16th annual Roger Ebert 's Film Festival, also known as Ebertfest , will kick off April 23 with the critic himself.
Patton Oswalt Signs Up for 'Agents of SHIELD'
The comedian and "Young Adult" actor is set to appear in an upcoming episode of the ABC super spy series.
Movie Review: 'Bad Words'
" Bad Words " is one of those movies that's able to pull itself back from the abyss in just enough time to save itself.
Ebertfest Announces the Complete Lineup for 2014
Writer-director Rithy Panh takes a daunting and emotionally draining topic-the atrocities Cambodians suffered under Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge-and presents them in a way The movie is perfectly acceptable middle-of-the-road romantic comedy material, and for fans of such things it should certainly hit the spot.
Paul Greenwood's movie reviews - Labor Day, Starred Up, A Long Way Down, About Last Night
Escaped prisoner Frank and divorced Adele fall for each other while he hides out in her home Great things were expected from this latest from director Jason Reitman, who has struck gold in recent years with the likes of Juno, Up in the Air and Young Adult.
What's so funny?
When guests arrive at URI's first-ever humor symposium, "Open Mic, Open Minds: An Exploration of Social Issues Through Stand-up," on Saturday, March 22, they will receive "gag bags" that contain a whoopee cushion or rubber chicken or electric hand buzzer in addition to the usual conference swag .
Labor Day - Review
Reitman's Labor Day marks something of a departure from the director's trademark style but remains a fascinating if flawed experience.