With theaters — particularly larger theaters — chock full of men's stories, where did the women go?
Here's where we talk about movies. We cover the new ones, the old ones, the ones you see in theaters and the ones you watch at home.
Bob Mondello says a G rating used to mean "general audiences." Now it means a movie for kids, and that means kids are less likely to be interested in them than they once were.
Joss Whedon talked to Morning Edition about his new Shakespeare adaptation and its cultural connections.
Why do some movies that are calculated to make huge money succeed while others crash and burn?
When the heroes save themselves but lose an awful lot of other people, are they still heroes?
Vince Vaughn stars as a guy with a lot of kids. A lot.
Trailers can devour 20 minutes before a movie — and that's without including any other advertising. Theater owners want studios to cut trailer lengths, but the studios are resisting.
We look at the trailer for Joseph Gordon-Levitt's first feature as a writer and director.
Are women really being shut out of film criticism? One recent study claims that they're worse off in the online world than they were in print.
There are many principles of day-to-day life that don't make their way into the Fast, Furious universe.
It took Jesse and Celine 18 years to find themselves back where they started in the lovely third installment of the series that began with 1995's Before Sunrise.
All is Gatsbyish excess on the Croisette, where the Cannes Film Festival's early tone might well have been set by Baz Luhrmann's lavish film — and by Sofia Coppola's accomplished The Bling Ring.
J.J. Abrams isn't the first guy to bait Star Trek fans by messing with the brand.
Baz Luhrmann's extravagant adaptation of The Great Gatsby makes two fatal and contradictory errors of adaptation.
We can't help thinking that the dirty, tank-top-wearing hero looks like somebody we followed around Nakatomi Plaza once.