Farhadi discusses the ambiguity of his films, dealing with Iran’s censors, and more.
The film is a debater with some interesting points to make but no overall argument to contain them.
Mills discusses the memory of his mother, his art-school education, and working with actors.
The midseason finale of The Walking Dead’s was as bleak as ever, but it closed on a major note of hope.
Taraji P. Henson triumphantly articulates the pained dignity of Katherine Johnson’s pent-up frustration.
Michael Keaton’s powerful performance in John Lee Hancock’s The Founder is marooned in a wishy-washy story.
The episode provides more examples of the authoritarian fascism that gives this season an urgent sense of relevancy.
The episode is a reminder that not everyone reverts to his or her worst self under stress.
It looks like a new generation of leaders is about to emerge, and some of them are going to be women.
Warren Beatty’s portrayal of Howard Hughes has the overly polished feel of an anecdote that’s been told too often.
The latest episode of The Walking Dead approaches war and other forms of carnage from a new direction.
Angela Kang’s screenplay efficiently establishes the riches that are available to the Santuary’s elite.
The actress discusses her roles in the latest films by Mia Hansen-Løve and Paul Verhoeven and why she’s been lucky in her career.
The latest episode of The Walking Dead leaves questions unanswered in a presumably intentional way.
The film reveals the erudition and shrewd self-awareness that Jim Osterberg drew on to become Iggy Pop.
Every quick cut of a peaceful and happy time is a sliver of a lost past—or vision of a future that can now never happen.
Dern discusses how she overcome the challenge of playing a character whose emotions are hidden even from herself.
It condenses everyday dealings, memories, and dreams into a potent mix of all the major ingredients of a well-lived life.
The actors discuss their new film, the thrill of improv, and making movies their own way.
Uncle Howard attempts to do much the same thing as I Called Him Morgan but with less success.