Dear White People Lionsgate, $19.98; Blu-ray. $24.99 Available on VOD Feb. 3 Writer-director Justin Simien's campus comedy is one of the most provocative films about race since Spike Lee's early films.
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"Me and Earl and the Dying Girl," a dramedy about a high-school senior and his relationship with a leukemia-afflicted classmate, was the big winner at the Sundance Film Festival on Saturday night. Alfonso
Stumbling out of Paul Thomas Anderson’s deliriously woozy adaptation of Thomas Pynchon’s 2009 stoner mystery novel, I wondered whether this is what it would feel like to smoke celluloid – to take a hit
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The actor who played Bill Cosby’s wife on TV for 12 years, Phylicia Rashad, spoke for the first time on Tuesday about the allegations of sexual assault that have been building against her former co-star.
Every now and again, a piece of literature rises to the level of a phenomenon. In order for this to happen, of course, the book or piece of writing must be more than simply popular: It must inspire a adoration
Part of the subversive appeal of Stephen Sondheim's musical "Into the Woods" is that it gleefully skewers well-known fairy-tale tropes. It's perhaps a bit ironic, then, that film critics are saying the
Like most people, I could only imagine what war was like before I got there myself. At one point, I was outside of the less than 1% of Americans who served in Iraq or Afghanistan, where a minuscule fraction
Clint Eastwood returns to form with “American Sniper,” his best directorial effort since his one-two shot hits “Mystic River” (2003) and “Million Dollar Baby.” (2004) Based on Navy SEAL Chris Kyle’s autobiography,
One day after social media accounts attributed to "Foxcatcher" subject Mark Schultz blasted the film and director Bennett Miller, Schultz apologized for the language he used but not the sentiment. "My
Remember your personal physician? He or she may not be yours much longer. And even if you keep your doctor, the odds are he or she is not really working for you. Soon, most doctors will have abandoned