We speak with director John Madden (Shakespeare in Love) about his new political thriller Miss Sloane, working with Jessica Chastain again, and the junk he finds hard to throw away.
Dork Shelf's Jason Gorber speaks with director Leo Matsuda and producer Sean Lurie, the filmmakers behind the newest Disney short, Inner Workings.
Manchester by the Sea director Kenneth Lonergan discusses his the film, the travails of bringing it to the screen, and the notion of “authenticity” and how it shapes his work.
Manchester by the Sea stars Casey Affleck and Michelle Williams discuss the challenges of bringing this raw tale of loss and reconnection to the big screen and more.
Moana marks another step in the right direction for Disney's revamped animation studio.
We spoke with Elle star Isabelle Huppert about bringing the character to life, working with Paul Verhoeven, and about movies that continue to drive her own passion.
Master filmmaker Paul Verhoeven discusses his controversial new film Elle, the power of Isabelle Huppert, and the abortive attempts to make the provocative movie stateside.
Bolstered by Isabelle Huppert’s magnificence, Elle is simply astonishing.
Loving is an astonishingly humanist film, one that drops bombast in favour of a cool, concise storyline.
Arrival is one of the most extraordinary, affecting films of the year, a delicate balance between intellect and passion, finding ways to entertain while opening one’s mind up.
Congratulations Mel Gibson, you've made a slightly better Passchendaele.
Rachel McAdams talks to Jason Gorber about being the 'normal' in Doctor Strange and what's on her Dork Shelf.
Jason Gorber sits down with Moonlight director Barry Jenkins and stars Trevante Rhodes and André Holland to discuss their extraordinary film.
The bland Inferno is a waste of time that goes to extreme lengths to keep its secrets hidden.
Is Jack Reacher: Never Go Back meant to be an ironic title?
Snakes on a plane probably sounds like a vacation to the characters who must suffer through zombies on a train in Train to Busan.
The Accountant has all the pieces of a fun puzzle, we just never get to see the big picture.
We reviewed the window Emily Blunt's character gazes out of in The Girl on a Train because it was much more interesting than the film itself.