‘Barbie’ Review: A Fashionable Toy Movie
Greta Gerwig tries to use the ultimate girl’s doll to tell a story about feminism.
Greta Gerwig To Direct the ‘Barbie’ Movie
Margot Robbie will star in the film.
Margot Robbie Says Barbie Movie Will Be 'Totally Different'
There's a lot of surprises in store.
‘Fantastic Mr. Fox’ Turns 10 Years Old Today
Happy birthday Mr. Fox.
‘The Meyerowitz Stories’ Review: Angry Sandler Is Back
Noah Baumbach’s dysfunctional family dramedy stars Adam Sandler in his best dramatic role since ‘Punch-Drunk Love’ alongside Dustin Hoffman and Ben Stiller.
Get a Look at the Next Great Adam Sandler Performance in ‘The Meyerowitz Stories’ Trailer
We’re all a little bit embarrassed by our parents, especially the parental types who don’t seem to give a hoot about what anyone else thinks of them. That’s pretty much Dustin Hoffman’s Harold Meyerowitz in Noah Baumbach’s latest film, a famed modern artist who complains about overpriced steak and drinks from a stranger’s wine glass at the table next to him...
Ben Stiller Punches Adam Sandler in ‘The Meyerowitz Stories’ Trailer
We live in a world where we get one good Adam Sandler performance for every dumpster truckload of bad Adam Sandler movies. Netflix may be shoveling Sandler original movies at us like coals into a fire – and hey, you’re to blame, America – but they’re also behind the latest Noah Baumbach movie which allegedly features the best Sandler performance since his surprisingly poignant turn in Punch Drunk Love.
Cannes Won’t Allow Non-Theatrical Movies in Competition
Those of you with an interest in the changing face of theatrical exhibition and film festival bylaws (there are dozens of us!) may have caught wind of some recent meshugas unfolding in France. This year’s main Competition slate at the Cannes Film Festival included two films from online-streaming giant Netflix, Bong Joon Ho’s creature feature Okja and Noah Baumbach’s singlehanded resurrection of Adam Sandler The Meyerowitz Stories. But there‘s been some consternation about opening the gates of Cannes to films that may never see release in France outside of the Internet. Is a movie that doesn’t play in a movie theater a movie at all?