The Reviews Are In: Angelina Looks Uh-Maaaa-Zing, But Maleficent is Only So-So


The critics are somewhat divided on Maleficent, the revisionist origin story of Sleeping Beauty's nemesis, starring a cheeky Angelina Jolie and an apparently dull-as-dishwater Elle Fanning. While Jolie's performance has mostly earned critical praise, the same can't be said for the film as a whole – it currently holds a 46 percent rating (aka ... See the Rest

I Sat Through Nymphomaniac Volume 1 So You Don’t Have To

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I went to the front lines of extreme cinema, and what I found wasn't so extreme. Nymphomaniac, you've read all about it: Lars Von Trier's latest in his oeuvre of pretentious art house explorations, this time with unsimulated sex. ... See the Rest

The Onion Reviews Catching Fire: “Peta’s Not Ugly, He Just Could Have Been Way Cuter”

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Noted film critic Peter K. Rosenthal examines the new Hunger Games movie and assesses the hotness of the boys in the cast. ... See the Rest

Franco on Cavill: A Quick Excerpt from James Franco’s Man of Steel Review


"I was at Leicester Square earlier this year for the premiere of my film Oz, when the red carpet was a yellow brick road, but the night I saw the new Superman, I arrived incognito: 1) because it wasn’t my film, and 2) because I don’t think Henry Cavill would have wanted to see me there. Not that we’re enemies. Years ago we worked on a film together ... See the Rest

“A Beauty Pagent Gloria Steinem Would Love”: Roger Ebert Reviews Miss Navajo


The WOW documentary, about a 21-year-old Navajo woman preparing and running for Miss Navajo, is now available for instant streaming on Netflix and SundanceNow. It was reviewed by Roger Ebert this week in The Sun Times, and I've excerpted part of it here: "Women's History month is just the right time to watch, "Miss Navajo," a documentary that ... See the Rest

Mike Ryan Interviews Himself About The Dark Knight Rises


Huffington Post senior entertainment editor Mike Ryan has seen The Dark Knight Rises, and knowing how eager you are to see it, has taken it upon himself to interview himself about what we can expect. (Don't worry, only the vaguest of spoiler alerts are included). Q: Who is the villain in The Dark Knight Rises? A: The villain's name is Bane (Tom ... See the Rest

About A Boy


Although Madonna recently shared at The Golden Globes  "There is nothing foreign to me about a foreign film" I have to admit that I don't always rush out to see them if I can just stay home and watch Spongebob Squarepants instead. But last night I missed the fabulous WOW Report Mixer because I had committed to go to an LA Screening of Taika's ... See the Rest

W.E. Hate It


Madonna's big directorial debut, the Duke and Duchess of Windsor biopic W.E., debuted at the Venice Film Festival yesterday and the reviews were decidedly less than kind. The Times of London called it "screamingly, inadverdently funny in parts,'' and said "Madonna manages to create scenes which – perhaps to her surprise –had ’em rolling in the ... See the Rest