A young woman escapes from a mental hospital during the chaos of a nearby multiple-car accident. She is mistaken for a shock victim and is driven to her sister’s house by a rescue volunteer. Then the real story begins…
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Lucasfilm has reportedly tapped filmmaker J.D. Dillard and scribe Matt Owens, but details remain shrouded in mystery.
This six-part journey through the early lives of tiny humans overestimates the rousing nature of peer-reviewed studies.
And limited series is exactly where the show should be competing.
Margaret Qualley is the best thing about opening-night movie “My Salinger Year,” and the European Film Market is bustling.
The gang is headed back to Stage 24 for an unscripted special, just in time for the classic series’ debut on HBO Max.
Gentrification comes for East L.A. in this charming bilingual comedy about one family’s identity crisis, executive produced by America Ferrera.
The creepy doll tortures a new family (and new star Katie Holmes), but this time without a sense of humor or even much sense at all.
Cory Finley’s film, which sold out of the Toronto Film Festival for nearly $20 million, hits HBO on April 25.
Berlin: War photographer W. Eugene Smith’s seminal work deserves a celebration, but this maudlin misfire isn’t it.
Screen Talk, episode 280: The Berlin Film Festival is nothing like Cannes, but it attracts thousands of people and big expectations. Here’s why it’s worth following the buzz.
Supervising producer Kirsten Beyer talks about the difficulty of writing Jeri Ryan’s Seven of Nine 20 years later in the character’s story.
The “Inception” ending dominated movie headlines in 2010, but “Shutter Island” opened months earlier and had a similar last moment that continues to perplex.