What time are the 2020 Golden Globe nominations?
In Peter Strickland's gleefully demented 'In Fabric,' an upscale department store serves as a shop of horrors
How Hildur Guðnadottir's music helps shape Arthur Fleck's metamorphosis into Joker
How Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance may fix what ails Disney's Galaxy's Edge
The importance of Adam Driver singing 'Being Alive' in 'Marriage Story'
Will Smith cheers on 'Aladdin' costar Mena Massoud during audition slump
Indie Focus: Feel the heat of 'Portrait of a Lady on Fire'
'Hustlers' director on what Oscars could mean for sex workers
Newsletter: Film awards are coming fast and furious
Marriage Story brings rom-com energy to the agony of divorce
Portrait of a Lady on Fire
Playmobil: The Movie
Into the Dark: A Nasty Piece of Work
The Disappearance of My Mother
The Wolf Hour
A Million Little Pieces
'Lady on Fire' explores forbidden love and art
Ride with us, dear reader, to the edges of space
In '63 Up,' a power switch between doc series director and subjects
Golden Globes predictions for Monday's nominations. And, yes, 'Cats' is eligible
Film Review: In Fabric Perversely Challenges Our Habits, Routines, and Desires
The 2019 best original song contenders playlist
The animated 'I Lost My Body' is no horror movie, but it does star a severed hand
'Toy Story 4' and 'Frozen 2': Which Disney animated franchise will win the Oscar?
Kelsey Grammer is even more ridiculous than Nicolas Cage in 'Grand Isle'
The music, the sirens, even Gotham itself bring 'Joker's' soundscape to life
Viral phenomenon 'The Mandela Effect' makes for a fairly mediocre thriller
Earnest drama 'A New Christmas' is for holiday completists only
Not even Bruce Willis can make 'Trauma Center' more than a 'Die Hard' wannabe
Sorry, Stephen Amell. 'Code 8' is no 'Arrow'
'Dawson City: Frozen Time' screens with live score at Ace Hotel
Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne can't help hot air balloon drama 'The Aeronauts' lift off
Eccentric horror of 'In Fabric' and 'Little Joe' finds menace in everyday objects
Emile Mosseri's lush 'Last Man' score swirls over a fairy-tale-like story
Miles Robbins and Patrick Schwarzenegger raise hell in the mind-bending 'Daniel Isn't Real'
'Varda by Agnès,' a moviemaking masterclass in Agnès Varda's final film
A Guatemalan father comes out in 'Temblores,' but his family and church want him back in
Justin Long leads a sharp cast in the comforting comedy 'After Class'
Smartly crafted horror-thriller 'I See You' deserves your attention
'Broken Dreams' reveals a Holocaust story worth investigating further
Karen Allen gives the performance of a lifetime in 'Colewell'
'Most Likely to Succeed' tracks four teens targeted as high achievers over a decade
'Knives and Skin' weaves an enthralling genre-bending mystery
Jean-Michel Basquiat's star turn ignites the New Wave time capsule 'Downtown 81'
Blazingly intelligent 'Portrait of a Lady on Fire' is one of 2019's great love stories
Documentary film groups sue U.S. over social-media requirement for visas
Naomi Watts can't save low-impact thriller 'The Wolf Hour'
The controversy, and fascination, of 'A Million Little Pieces' gets lost in a muddled movie adaptation
'Little Joe' Review: A Disquieting and Precise Blend of Sci-Fi, Horror, and Human Drama
'Mulan' trailer: The fearless warrior braves new adventures in the name of family
Margaret O'Brien on the magic of Judy Garland and 'Meet Me in St. Louis' 75 years ago
Justin Timberlake apologizes to Jessica Biel, says 'nothing happened' with costar
The Aeronauts Review: A Boring Balloon Ride That Rewrites History
Russell Simmons accuser is the subject of Apple TV+ and Oprah Winfrey's Sundance doc
Taylor Swift, Will Ferrell and Gloria Steinem lead an eclectic Sundance Film Festival 2020 lineup
'Togo' Review: Willem Dafoe and Some Very Good Dogs Elevate This Disney+ Adventure Film
Film composers turn from the expected this season to find a unique sonic wavelength
'No Time to Die' trailer: Daniel Craig ends James Bond tenure with a bang
Welcome to Ultimate Oscars, a cheeky showdown of the best movies ever made
'Queen & Slim,' 'Two Popes,' 'The Lighthouse': Visceral character portraits built for two
A showstopping Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance - a new hope for Galaxy's Edge?
'Homeward' depicts Ukraine's generational and cultural conflicts
Israel's 'Incitement' follows a man on the path from student to assassin
'The Irishman' earns first major best picture prize from the National Board of Review
Camila Morrone wasn't interested in acting. Now she's being called the next Jennifer Lawrence
'The Aeronauts' Review: A Dramatic Adventure That Fails to Take Flight
Among top original song contenders, there's a trio of unusual writers and an old pro
'Black Widow' trailer: Scarlett Johansson and Florence Pugh face off
Randy Newman's sweet, song-like music sings in 'Toy Story 4' and 'Marriage Story'
'Richard Jewell' Review: Clint Eastwood's Latest is a Dull and Obvious Affair
These Oscar contenders from around the world show how vital animation is in 2019
Zack Gottsagen has Down syndrome. And a movie role. And a best bud named Shia LaBeouf
Empty nests, sporks and existential crises take 'Toy Story 4' into Oscar contention
'Frozen 2's' songwriters and directors take us 'Into the Unknown'
Why Elton John had Cal Worthington and his dog Spot at his Dodger Stadium show
Anna Paquin has 7 lines in 'The Irishman.' And Robert De Niro is OK with that
Film Review: Daniel Isn't Real Is Another Genre Gem for 2019
How 'Frozen 2' gets more adult and more political with each viewing
Movies opening in L.A. this week: 'The Aeronauts' and more
'Frozen 2' wins Thanksgiving box office, but 'Knives Out,' 'Queen & Slim' open strong
IDFA Review: Feras Fayyad's Extraordinary Documentary 'The Cave'
IDFA Review: 'The Australian Dream' Powerfully Confronts with Truth
Classic movies in L.A. this week: 'Magnolia,' 'Die Hard' and more
Film Review: 1917 Reimagines the War Epic for the 21st Century
'Ready or Not' is a nutty, bloody chase thriller
Julie Hagerty had to overcome her fear of singing and dancing for 'Marriage Story,' even after a 40-year career
'Nightcrawlers' Review: A Documentary About the Horrors of Addiction and Homelessness
Newsletter: Oscars set to party like it's '1917'?
How Mark Ruffalo found an outlet for his political passions in 'Dark Waters'
With Netflix's 'The Irishman,' Martin Scorsese is still cinema's greatest risk taker
'Queen & Slim' is an outlaw movie and so much more
A brilliant whodunit, a genre in need of resurrection
Anthony Hopkins and Jonathan Pryce on how they prepared for the 'papal smackdown' of 'The Two Popes'
'Two Popes' is a buddy movie set in the Vatican
'The Conductor' Review: A Wonderful Biopic About a Woman Who Deserves a Bigger Spotlight
'Saint Frances' Review: A Breathtaking Look at the Weirdness of Womanhood
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