Synopsis: A washed up actor who once played an iconic superhero must overcome his ego and family trouble as he prepares to mount a Broadway play in a bid to reclaim past glory.
From the latest Screen Talk to podcast to interviews with the directors of 'Force Majeure,' 'CITIZENFOUR,' 'E-Team' and more, here are the top stories of the week from TOH!
Plus: the Washington Post says "Kill the Messenger" subject Gary Webb was no hero, and why "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" is so funny even during a time of NYPD scandal.
R.I.P. Misty Upham from one of her directors, and the female bad fan.
Plus: "Homeland's" offensive depiction of Islamabad, and how Laura Poitras made her Edward Snowden documentary "Citizenfour."
From Netflix news and 'Gone Girl' worries to an Oscar secret weapon and video interviews with David Lynch and Trent Reznor, here are our top 20 stories of the week.
This October weekend is filled with cinephile's riches, from a serious Oscar contender to a Sundance hit satire. Here's what to see, and what to think twice about before you do.
Michael Keaton nabs the role of a lifetime in Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritu's wonderfully strange look at an aging actor fighting to stay relevant.
Alejandro Gonzales Inarritu goes "Gravity" with a simulated single-take story, and gets the award race off to a running start.