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Star Jason Isaacs weighs in on Part 2's insane finale, spoilers and all.
“The OA” is emotional, spiritual, and humanistic. That doesn’t make it bunk.
One of indie music's best singer-songwriters explains her role in this year's surprise sci-fi thriller.
"The Keeping Room" sends up women who are empowered by their vulnerability.
Trying to identify those circumstances where an 18- to 25-year-old might fairly be treated as a juvenile, difficult though it may be, should be a priority for a modern society, particularly for non-violent offenders with a low outlook for recidivism.
Depending on which source you believe, there are between one and two dozen -- yes, you read that right, dozen -- films opening this Friday in New York. Here is a brief look at a half-dozen of them.
This past weekend was just chock full of magical, whimsical women breaking studious, guarded men out of their cocoons.
Michael Pitt and Brit Marling join HuffPost Live and literally split a dollar.
"Gravity" doesn't pass it. Right. That's right. "Gravity" is a good example of how it's flawed. But it does mean something
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The direction of east is linked to light. The sun rises from the east, ex oriente lux, a sign of dawn. The East, a new eco-terrorism thriller, written by Zal Batmanglij and Brit Marling, and directed by Batmanglij, taps into this "rising" motif.
Our environment is as much on the minds of those who remember the pioneering efforts of Lady Bird Johnson in making the natural
Like Matt Damon at the end of "Saving Private Ryan." "Earn this." Yes, exactly. Yes! At the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, you
What is the appropriate moral response to grave injustice? When do ends justify means, and when, if ever, is violence the right solution for addressing social wrongs? These are the compelling questions addressed in Zal Batmanglij's riveting new film, The East.
A movie that's bound to set your paranoia sensors flashing, The East is a cerebral thriller in which it's hard to tell who's the hero and who's the villain.
The East, a thriller co-written by Brit Marling, who stars, and Zal Batmanglu, who directs, features a Svengali type character
Up-and-coming actress Brit Marling came on HuffPost Live to discuss her role in the environmental activism thriller, "The