The Coen Brothers’ remarkable “Inside Llewyn Davis” is a conjuring act of near-magical conviction, an ode to the artistic spirit that’s as uncompromising as the troubled genius it chronicles.
Ingmar Bergman ’s brief, intense “Through a Glass Darkly” offers the young star Carey Mulligan a choice opportunity to play a woman well beyond the verge of a nervous breakdown.
Baz Luhrmann’s “The Great Gatsby” is a gaudy, Ritz-sized rhinestone of a movie, more flashy than dazzling, beguiling from some angles and phony to its core.
Gwyneth Paltrow, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kate Hudson squeezed onto a loveseat last night inside a 31-foot-high Tiffany blue box at Rockefeller Center.
“Star Trek Into Darkness,” the second film in J.J. Abrams reboot of the venerable film franchise, was the top movie at U.S. and Canadian theaters this weekend, taking in $70.6 million for Paramount Pictures.
“Iron Man 3” took in $72.5 million in ticket sales to retain first place at U.S. and Canadian cinemas for a second weekend for Walt Disney Co.’s Marvel unit.
“The Lion King,” Walt Disney Co.’s 3-D re-release of its 1994 animated hit, opened as the top film in U.S. and Canadian theaters with $30.2 million in ticket sales.
There’s a Soviet mole in the intelligence service, and Gary Oldman needs to find out who.
A high-speed muscle-car of a thriller, Nicolas Winding Refn’s exhilarating “Drive” pumps up its B-movie, heist-gone-bad chassis with arty direction and a go-for-broke performance by Ryan Gosling.
Michelle Williams plays Marilyn Monroe, Roman Polanski adapts a celebrated play and Martin Scorsese directs a documentary about George Harrison at the 49th New York Film Festival.