It's time to return to Monterey.
The critical success of “Wonder Woman” should pave the way for more superhero films directed by women.
Thus begins American Honey's and Star's journey, fueled by marijuana, alcohol, processed food, a sense of family, an eclectic
Shia LaBeouf and newcomer Sasha Lane star in Andrea Arnold's prizewinner.
Oscar-winner Andrea Arnold has pulled off something very special with her adaptation of Emily Brontë's literary classic Wuthering Heights -- she's made a story that's over 150 years old feel modern without modernizing it.
I saw three very impressive films at Sundance yesterday and was reminded why I'm here.
Watch the trailer below: "You broke my heart," Catherine whispers. "You killed me." At the end of the trailer are the first
Overall Grade: A- AFP: "Fierce devotion and raw passion bind together novelist Emily Bronte's well loved characters Cathy
And, truly, their seduction moves from questionably erotic to downright hot, nearing the precipice of exploitation. Mia's
Michael Fassbender brings his hunky charm to Andrea Arnold's Fish Tank, which took this year's Jury Prize at Cannes.