Atrocity hides beneath a grandfather’s gentle smile in “The Act of Killing,” Joshua Oppenheimer’s remarkable, unnerving documentary portrait of barbarity and its lasting legacies.
Harold Pinter’s famous pauses are usually full of menace. In a new London staging of “Old Times” starring Kristin Scott Thomas, the chills turn to chuckles.
Kristin Scott Thomas is back in London playing a jaded wife whose former housemate drops by.
No hair is thick enough to tease much joy from “Rock of Ages,” a disposable adaptation of Broadway’s hackneyed 1980s jukebox musical.
Cool Britannia returns to London this weekend as rock band Pulp reunites after a decade.
Kristin Scott Thomas wrinkles her eyes quizzically. She hides a smile with a mix of vulnerability, self-satisfaction and amusement. Then she lies.
Jude Law and Kristin Scott Thomas are on the shortlist for London theater’s Laurence Olivier Awards, the U.K.’s highest stage honors, organizers said today.
Movies about musicians starring Justin Timberlake and Matt Damon are among the 20 contenders for the Palme d’Or at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, where Steven Spielberg will steer a nine-member jury.
In a summer season filled with gargantuan robots, warring mutants and a green superhero, along comes a movie to remind us that there’s no substitute for great human drama.
Tom Cruise patrols a decimated future Earth and jets through the cold dystopia of “Oblivion.”
"We should now call the statute,' The Federal Election Campaign Act paid for and authorized by Jim Bopp."
- Scott Thomas on Sep 20, 2011