Three of the stars of Ron Howard’s “Genius” spoke with us at the Tribeca Film Festival
Director Terry George (Hotel Rwanda) joined cast members Christian Bale, Oscar Isaac, James Cromwell, Angela Sarafyan and Charlotte Le Bon to discuss their drama set amidst the Armenian genocide.
Louis Theroux, John Dower and Andrew Perez on their new documentary: “The fact is that you could really make a full time job of kind of reading the stuff that comes out on Scientology. The challenge in a way is to not kind of sink into the quagmire…there’s so many threads that you can follow”
Trespass Against Us can be tonally uneven but boasts enough solid performances and pops of quality car chases to recommend it.
4 Stars. The Founder zips along on the boundless energy that Keaton infuses into Ray Kroc.
Dream Corp LLC stars Stephen Merchant, Nick Rutherford and Jon Gries joined series creator Daniel Stessen to discuss this new Adult Swim show at NYCC 2016
Billed as “part immersive theater, part escape room, part existential game,” Paradiso satisfies multiple action movie nerd fantasies in one pulse pounding hour.
The temporary exhibition celebrating Star Trek brings together an
international array of artists and includes fan photo op stations and Paley Center screenings.
I live in a world where there’s six Police Academies, four Sharknadoes and I need more of Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters.
Five stars. An unconventional spin on the tried-and-true old mentor meeting his younger match that manages to be action packed, unpredictable and heartfelt without veering into the saccharine territory oft trod by coming of age stories…Julian Dennison delivers a star-making performance.
The writer-director spoke about bringing the compelling true life story of a mathematical genius to the screen with stars Jeremy Irons and Dev Patel.
Star of “Key & Peele” opens in their feature comedy “Keanu” and spoke about it while promoting the Tribeca premiere of Mike Birbiglia’s “Don’t Think Twice”
From the brutalist production design to a stunning score by Clint Mansell (Requiem for a Dream), High-Rise is a darkly humorous, sexy, and oftentimes grotesque cinematic experience.
The Welsh actor portrays notorious war traitor Benedict Arnold on this “Don’t Miss” season of AMC’s historical drama.
Horror anthologies thrive on bringing a lot of different things to the table…but if there’s one thing they shouldn’t be, it’s boring. And for seven out of eight of these, I was just plain bored.
Tom Hiddleston and Oscar-winning director Susanne Bier spoke with me at the Tribeca Film Festival about their hit spy series “The Night Manager” which premieres this week on AMC.
“The onslaught of darkness in I Saw the Light is it makes Williams’s untimely passing at age 29 feel like a foregone conclusion. Still, as a showcase for the versatile Hiddleston and fiery Olsen, I Saw the Light impresses.” This film is playing in NY, LA & Nashville, nationwide on Friday.
LaSalle provided the facial performance for Deadpool’s Colossus, we spoke about his character as well as his visual effects work in other Marvel movies.
Guillermo Del Toro’s gothic romance, Crimson Peak is now available on blu-ray with plenty of in-depth featurettes on its visually stunning production design work.
The Irish actor (HBO’s “Rome”, Punisher: War Zone, The Thor movies) speaks about joining the third series of Starz’s Black Sails as notorious pirate Blackbeard.
Iconic director Tarantino brought new film, The Hateful Eight, out Roadshow-style for Christmas. He joined his cast (including Kurt Russell, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Tim Roth & Bruce Dern) to discuss the film in NYC prior to its release.
A look at UltraSabers’ new light saber model based on The Force Awakens character, Kylo Ren.
The director, screenwriter and stars including Blanchett, Mara, Kyle Chandler, Sarah Paulson and Jake Lacy spoke at their NY Press Conference
A beautifully crafted romantic drama from Todd Haynes (of 2002’s lauded Far From Heaven). Haynes once again showcases the 1950s as the backdrop for simmering social tensions and stellar work from his lead actresses.
An impassioned Bettany offered insight on his directorial debut and on the homeless crisis facing New York City where the film is set.
Actors Sullivan Stapleton, Ashley Johnson, Marianne Jean-Baptiste, Audrey Esparza, Rob Brown and Series creator Martin Gero all sat down with us at NYCC.
Danny Boyle has delivered not the complete biography Jobs, but an energetic strong impression of the man behind the curtain. And the iPod.
Future “The 5th Wave” star Robinson played teenager Zach in the dinosaur blockbuster now out on Blu-ray.
More beautiful than terrifying, Crimson Peak is a sumptuous Gothic romance that throws viewers neck deep into a storybook world from Guillermo Del Toro and features a positively ferocious Jessica Chastain.
Whatever your politics, this is an often compelling film that is driven by another strong performance from Cate Blanchett.
The talented actor on his fifth feature collaboration with Guillermo Del Toro and the Halloween classic.
The Martian is a massively satisfying sci-fi film on every level that’s anchored by a standout performance from Matt Damon.
The 3D walk is worth price of admission though the rest of the film is considerably less exciting than the Oscar-winning documentary on the same event.
A vampire comedy that works on every level and a welcome return to the sensibilities that I loved so much in “Flight of the Conchords”.
The new exhibit at Discovery Times Square allows fans to explore the cinematic world of Panem.
The Deadpool star talks about Tarsem Singh’s new brain-swapping Sci-fi thriller co-starring Ben Kingsley and Matthew Goode.
An exclusive discussion with the director and the star of the upcoming X-men Apocalypse about Slow West, now in theaters.
“Kill Me Three Times”, upcoming HBO series “Westworld”
Actor and director (respectively) discuss film at Tribeca Film Festival
Lake Bell chats about “Man Up” along with director Ben Palmer and writer Tess Morris at Tribeca Film Festival
Lake Bell and the minds behind the hilarious new romcom on the red carpet.
Interviews from the red carpet Tribeca premiere of Maclean’s western
“Age of Ultron” is more of everything, an often wow-inducing spectacle that leaves our heroes on intriguing and unstable grounds.
Red Carpet coverage and interviews from New York City’s Tribeca Film Festival
Iconic British comedy group reunited to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of “Monty Python and the Holy Grail”
Jeppe Rønde, director of “Bridgend” and Hannah Murray star of “Game of Thrones” (Gilly)
Stars of “The Survivalist” talk about their post-apocalypse drama
The voices behind “Mystery Science Theater 3000” riff on “The Room”
Star-studded but tedious documentary that lacks the depth suggested by its thesis.
Insight Editions new “The World According to…” set of Avengers books will be greatly satisfying to the young Marvel fan
A fantastically wild night out in London with Lake Bell and Simon Pegg
A tense, no-nonsense post-apocalypse thriller
An unexpectedly quirky entry into the western genre
The eldest acting Hemsworth shares about his new Aussie thriller and upcoming projects.
A chilling but contrived woodland thriller to do for camping what Open Water did for snorkling trips
A likeable lightweight doc about a fading food institution
The Oscar frontrunner was supported by friends including Steve Buscemi, Billy Crudup and Mark Ruffalo
Last week I listed off my top five films of 2014, it was an admittedly quiet year for me movie-wise but 2015 looks to be an embarrassment of riches…
It’s always tough being a movie buff in awards season. We sift through the weird mess of movies released between the busy summer season and Halloween and then suddenly are bombarded by all the critical darlings our eyeballs can handle in the peak holiday season
The KNB zombie effects master spoke with us at NY/NJ’s Walker Stalker Convention
Creators Dan Harmon & Justin Roiland join actors Chris Parnell & Sarah Chalke to discuss “Rick and Morty” at NYCC
Creators: Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon (“Community”). Actors: Chris Parnell (“Saturday Night Live”) and Sarah Chalke (“Scrubs”)
Actors Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones join the writer and director in discussing the Stephen Hawking biopic
A fascinating biopic that’s additionally buoyed by an outstanding performance from Eddie Redmayne as Stephen Hawking.
Director and cast including Michael Keaton, Edward Norton and Emma Stone spoke about the film on the last day of New York Film Fest
Director Michael Cuesta’s version of Webb’s story skillfully balances the political thriller with the family life of the reporter.
Fincher’s adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s novel of the same name is a genuine roller coaster of a film in the best sense of the word with a jaw dropping performance from Rosamund Pike.
Cult director & his young star discuss Gilliam’s newest dystopian vision
The two theatre veterans speak about bringing Horovitz’s play to film
The film adaptation of Israel Horovitz’s play never seems to rise above its central contrivance and weighty melodrama
Director Mackenzie’s emotional new UK prison drama
A bizarre gem of a film that’s worth seeking out especially for Fassbender’s masked performance.
Strong performances from Lynskey and Kendrick lead Swanberg’s charming slice of life comedy
Marco Beltrami’s pulsing score excellently compliments this dystopian thriller
We toured the S.H.I.E.L.D. Training facility now open to fans in New York City.
Agent Blake on “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D”
By turns hilarious, repulsive and heart-wrenching, Snowpiercer is the action ride this summer needs anchored by a remarkable performance from Chris Evans.
Dennis Reynolds on “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”
A clever, macabre character study that beneath its too-cool vampire leads lies a tremendously romantic beating heart.
Hill directed the indie romance penned by Joss Whedon
Director Andrew Disney brought his hilarious team to the red carpet in New York
Director and actor (respectively) of horror film “Honeymoon”
“Iron Man” director spoke on the red carpet about his first independent film in thirteen years
Andrew Disney’s hilarious send up of the inspirational sports movie is packed with funny performances from a great comedic cast.
Taymor spoke about her film directorial debut as part of the fest’s First Exposure series.
A surprising performance from Law however it’s undercut by an episodic script that doesn’t really know what to do with all its characters…
Film director held a pre-screening with acts from the film’s soundtrack
With its strong cast of characters intact and imaginative otherworldly battles, the sequel remains a worthy entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
A fun, stylish thriller that would not be out of place in The Twilight Zone.
If you already know that the universe is not going to deliver everything to you personally, then you are light years ahead of the main character of Maggie Kiley’s “Brightest Star”
Cast members Bobby Moynihan and Method Man join the creator and executive producer in discussing their bold new animated rap comedy.
A wildly fast-paced comedy that lives up to the promise of its powerhouse cast. Easily one of the best films of the year
With brilliant performances from Tom Hiddleston and Tilda Swinton, Only Lovers Left Alive is a clever, macabre character study that beneath its too-cool vampire leads lies a tremendously romantic beating heart.
Tom Mison, Nicole Beharie, Katia Winter, Alex Kurtzman and Len Wiseman sit down with Media Mikes to discuss Fox’s Monday night hit show.
Photos and highlights from some of the biggest panels to hit NYCC’s Main Stage including The Walking Dead and Robot Chicken.
The harrowing, unflinching true story of Solomon Northrup from director Steve McQueen is packed with great performances.
The Nerd Machine booth took part in Smiles4Smiles all throughout this year’s convention.
Michael Fassbender and Paul Dano discuss their villainous roles with Media Mikes on the red carpet for Steve McQueen’s newest film.
Joanna Hogg’s fascinating portrait of an artist couple in transition.
The co-writer and executive producer plays Dennis Reynolds on the FXX comedy
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia continues to be one of my favorite comedies on TV and revisiting its eighth season just as the ninth has begun this month (on new network, FXX) only reinforces this.