We never get to the picnic that plays the title role in William Inge’s 1953 Pulitzer Prize- winning potboiler.
Is “Political Animals” just too Hillary?
An actor needs a great role to show what he or she is really made of. Keira Knightley earns her acting chops with an impressive performance in the lesbian- themed drama “The Children’s Hour” in London.
Until a few days ago, I wouldn’t have known a Dalek if it served me lunch.
“The Paperboy” is a thriller full of characters so oversize that it seems, at first, to be joking. Then comes darkness.
Gatherings of old college friends can quickly turn ugly. So can movies about those reunions.
Rockers get the best of both worlds at Wembley Arena on Friday, from abrasive metal to smooth soul.
Elizabeth Olsen, the younger sister of celebrity twins Mary-Kate and Ashley, makes a stunning film debut in “Martha Marcy May Marlene” as a cult survivor struggling to adjust to mainstream life.
The title character is gone, but swords and skin remain in the second season of “ Spartacus: Gods of the Arena ,” the kitschy gladiator bloodfest on Starz.