‘Velvet Buzzsaw’ Is Not a Particularly Cutting Art-World Satire
Netflix’s new horror comedy, from the director of ‘Nightcrawler,’ misses the mark.
Sandra Bullock Fights an Evil Force in Freaky ‘Bird Box’ Trailer
In a freaky post-apocalyptic thriller from Netflix, an evil entity causes people to lose their minds. But not Sandra Bullock.
‘Nightcrawler’ Director Back With Jake Gyllenhaal for Horror Film
The cast alone for this movie looks incredible.
‘I Love You, Daddy’ Sums Up 2017, For Better and Worse
Louis C.K.’s now-canceled film is the film of 2017, even if no one sees it.
Louis C.K.’s ‘I Love You, Daddy’ First Trailer Is Badly Timed
The movie stars CK as a dad who rekindles a friendship with his teenaged daughter only for her to enter into a relationship with a movie director three times her age.
Five Steamy Romances to Stream After ‘Professor Marston’
ScreenCrush’s weekly column recommends supplemental viewing for a historical piece with a kinky side.
Noomi Rapace Takes on Terrorists in ‘Unlocked’ Trailer
There’s some bio-terrorism a-brewin’ in London, and it’s up to Noomi Rapace to track down the no-noodniks responsible and dispense some harsh and uncompromising justice. Nope, it’s not another iteration of the Swedish Girl With the Dragon Tattoo franchise, it’s the new trailer for the upcoming espionage thriller Unlocked. Rapace plays a stone-cold killer who does everything Jason Bourne did (but in chunky heels) as she shoots her way through the United Kingdom’s capital city to disarm a viral germ bomb of some manner or another. It’s a glowing green liquid in a syringe; whatever it is, we know it’s not good news.
London’s Clock Is Ticking in the First ‘Unlocked’ Trailer
Since the presidential election, many critics have been quick to point out that not every film released should be viewed as a response to Trump’s presidency. Movies spend far too much time in production for any 2017 to really have a chance to incorporate the current political climate into its message. What is acceptable — and perhaps even necessary — is to acknowledge when new releases feel like the product of a bygone era. Sometimes, Hollywood is unprepared for large cultural shifts, and that means movies that would have been fine even a year ago sit wrong with most audiences.
John Malkovich to Star in Comic-Con Comedy 'Supercon'
In the old days, it used to be that an actor who Hollywood had deemed past his or her prime would be relegated to television or low-budget superhero movies. It’s funny how far we’ve come. Nowadays, both television and superheroes are big business, and actors in the final third of their career are one more step removed, playing the once-famous people who used to be in television or low-budget superhero movies.