Barry Diller: The Oscars Are Over and the Movie Business Is Finished

With the Academy Awards in deep decline, Diller thinks they can't be saved—and that the film industry as we know it is a goner, too

The Ultimate Los Angeles Valentine’s Day Gift Guide

There will be wining and there will be dining across the city this Feb. 14. Get a jump on the action with our latest list of hot items and experiences
Knock at the Cabin

Review: “Knock at the Cabin” Doesn’t Push the Apocalypse Far Enough

There’s no twist to this toothless thriller and M. Night Shyamalan is being far too straightforward to leave a mark

Unshakable “Decision to Leave” Is South Korean Cinema’s Latest Revelation

Park Chan-Wook, the country's greatest working filmmaker, may have made 2022’s best movie

The Best Movies at Sundance Were the Documentaries

Standouts include "Kim’s Video," "The Disappearance of Shere Hite" and "Going to Mars: The Nikki Giovanni Project," plus films about Judy Blume and Steph Curry

Filmmaker Soraya Simi Finds a New Beginning After Angela Madsen Drowning Tragedy

The director-writer-photographer discusses working through tragedy after the drowning death of the L.A.-based Paralympian, her feature film debut's subject

Will the Academy Take Back Andrea Riseborough’s Oscar Nomination?

Riseborough got a Best Actress nod for her role in an indie few people saw—now the Academy is investigating chatter that her team didn’t play fair

Sundance Doc Investigates Brett Kavanaugh When Nobody Else Would

SCOTUS Justice Brett Kavanaugh might have thought his confirmation was total victory, but a Sundance documentary is his new nightmare
Flora and Son

Sundance Isn’t Dead: A Successful Slate Brings Back Film Festival’s Magic

”Magazine Dreams,” ”Flora and Son” and other favorites soared, but ”Jamojaya" had me calling my dad to tell him I love him. How’s that for a review?

Razzies Burned for Nominating Tween ‘Firestarter’ Star to Year’s Worst List

The Razzies have humiliated child actors for years, but it's changing its rules after a 12-year-old's nom drew calls to torch the whole event