The sheer volume of films on Netflix — and the site’s less than ideal interface — can make finding a genuinely great movie there a difficult task. To help, we’ve plucked out the 100 best films currently streaming on the service in the United States, updated regularly as titles come and go.
'All the President’s Men' Took Katharine Graham Out of the Washington Post’s History. 'The Post' Puts Her Back In.
'The Post' ends with an homage to 'ATPM' that is the newspaper-movie equivalent of a Marvel post-credits crossover scene. But the dialogue between the films surpasses just explicit echoes.
As Netflix pours more of its resources into original content, Amazon Prime Video is picking up the slack, adding new movies for its subscribers each month. It’s a lot to sift through, so we’ve plucked out 100 of the absolute best movies on Prime right now.
That may be what’s most striking about the entire controversy: the degree to which it falls into a troubling narrative of wealthy entities punching down at newsgathering organizations guilty not of malfeasance, but of less than acceptable reverence.
With the release of 'Fifty Shades Freed,' the actor might finally have a chance to flex her considerable talent.
The Sundance Film Festival started Thursday in Park City, Utah, where through Jan. 28 many of the year’s most anticipated indie films will be making their debuts. The festival is also prohibitively expensive to attend, difficult to navigate, and is usually blisteringly cold and slushy. Opting for the couch instead? Host your own film festival, featuring these popular and influential movies from Sundance festivals past.
The legendary critic's 7,000-word manifesto changed the way we look at, think about, and write about movies.
Martin McDonagh's films are rife with lapsed-Catholic vibes, but they nevertheless shine a light amid uncertain times.
The classic rom-com’s little-seen alternate ending shows how thin the line is between masterpiece and misfire.
Oscar chatter is now “a six-month sustained discussion." We asked four awards writers why, and what it means.
While we weren’t looking, the mid-budget adult-oriented motion picture has all but disappeared. And the gifted directors behind them are in danger of disappearing as well.
Several gifted filmmakers (including John Ridley and Spike Lee) tackle the events of April 1992 - and the results are essential viewing.