A closeted former child actor, out of work and alcoholic, fakes his résumé and gets a job as a high-school guidance counsellor, where he thrives while giving bad advice. [Synopsis courtesy of Toronto International Film Festival]
Sign Up: Stay on top of the latest breaking film and TV news! Sign up for our Email Newsletters here.
A variety of beloved comedy series are headed to HBO Max in November.
From memory foam-tipped earbuds to sleek over-ear studio-quality headphones, these 17 pairs all prioritize comfort in addition to high sound quality.
The prolific teacher and authority on fictional chess came up with over 300 different hypothetical games so that the new Netflix series’ action flowed organically.
Jon Favreau crafts an hourlong western for “The Mandalorian’s” return, but lavish effects and plenty of easter eggs don’t justify the length of this Krayt.
From the Genghis Khan historical epic “Mongol” to the widely acclaimed “Tulpan,” these films show a vital film culture in the Central Asian nation.
Staying home? Good. Looking for something new to watch? Even better!
Oscar season is coming together, one movie at a time, but it’s more unpredictable than ever.
Filmmaker Rodrigo Sorogoyen takes an epic, elliptical approach to intimate material that could’ve been exploitative, but is instead deeply humane.
The two Oscar-winners discuss the 10-time Ariel-winning film’s “truthful” exploration of identity and loneliness in our exclusive video. The film is now available on Netflix.
The film tells a story of awakening sexual identity against the backdrop of Sri Lanka’s most turbulent periods.
Episode 3, “People of Earth,” introduce Blu del Barrio’s winning Adira and shows an Earth that’s changed since the Federation’s fall.
Gary Oldman and Amanda Seyfried dominate this black-and-white study of the man who wrote “Citizen Kane,” which is made for true cinephiles.