Keira Knightley has done well with a combination of corsets and director Joe Wright
The Writers Guild of America announced nominations for its 65th annual awards.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, the Mayor's Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting has put a halt on film permits issued for exterior shoots at least through Nov. 2.
Grounded by two top notch performances from James McAvoy and Vincent Cassell, Danny Boyle’s latest is a twisty thrill ride.
A family of abandoned Hitler Youth, portrayed by an impressively fearless cast of child actors, go on the run after the Allies take over Germany, only to face firsthand the grim realities of their countrymen’s crimes.
Baker kicks off a busy year with "Virtually Heroes," in which he plays a video game character undergoing an existential crisis, before he's seen in "The Lone Ranger" and "The Devil's Knot."
What starts off as a political “Michael Clayton” quickly devolves into a touchy-feely underdog movie with all of the style and attention to detail of a TV movie.
Amy Adams, who can be seen onscreen in "Trouble With the Curve," and "The Master," admires Holly Hunter's work in "Miss Firecracker," and "The Piano."
Caplan and Alison Brie are believable siblings, but this paint-by-numbers indie romcom is so low key it’s almost somnambulant.
Tim Grierson reviews "The Queen of Versailles," "Hara-Kiri: Death of a Samurai," and "The Well Digger's Daughter."