Writer-director Neil Jordan, returning with Greta, his first film in six years, looks back on some projects that never quite came to fruition.
Jim Hemphill sits down with his friend and former collaborator Lea Thompson as her directorial debut world premieres at L.A. Film Festival.
Zach Clark once again revisits Kubrick's ever-shifting final film, this time finding echoes of everything from Jerry Lewis to Pier Paolo Pasolini.
Cruise's consistently strong auteur-driven action franchise enters its fifth phase, and is more full of character and individuality than ever.
Fatalism is a funny thing, I know I wrestle with it. I feel a teaspoon of anger when someone tells me, “Everything happens for a reason.”