Coming off a buzzy starring role in the Toronto Film Festival’s “How to Build a Girl,” the “Booksmart” breakout is ready to graduate to the meatiest roles of her career.
Natalia Winkelman is an entertainment writer pursuing a master’s degree in Cultural Reporting and Criticism from New York University.
“Uncut Gems,” the frenzied jeweler drama from the Safdie brothers, proves that Adam Sandler has much more left in him than recent movies like “Murder Mystery” made it seem.
The Ansel Elgort-starring adaptation of Donna Tartt’s bestselling novel ranks among the worst movies to premiere at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival.
The new Netflix series ‘Russian Doll,’ starring and co-created by Natasha Lyonne, focuses on a woman who must re-live the day of her death: the night of her 36th birthday.
After a rocky 2018, the ‘Saturday Night Live’ star enlivens a familiar Sundance coming-of-ager as a weed-smoking, hell-raising college dropout.
LaBeouf plays his own father in ‘Honey Boy,’ a lyrical drama that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and stars Lucas Hedges as a troubled adolescent LaBeouf.
Lebanese director Nadine Labaki’s ‘Capernaum’ is a devastating portrait of life, and its impossibility, distilled through the eyes of a child in the slums of Beirut.
‘Legends of the Lost with Megan Fox’ finds the star traveling to ancient sites to try to unlock the mysteries of the world. It doesn’t go so well.
Indie erotic cinema director Erika Lust owns the site XConfessions, where women submit fantasies and she adapts them into beautiful pornographic films.
Korean director Park Chan-wook’s ‘The Little Drummer Girl’ follows a young thespian recruited to serve as seductress spy for Zionists in late 1970s Europe.