The original 1967 film "Bonnie and Clyde" was, and still is, dangerous and unsettling. The new TV miniseries "Bonnie and Clyde" is like a dull photo of a thrilling experience.
The new movie has been nominated for a host of year-end awards, including three Golden Globes and a Screen Actor’s Guild nomination for Judi Denver.
Based on the true story of a woman whose child was taken from her at a convent in Ireland in the 1950s, "Philomena" stars Judi Dench as the title character who meets Martin Sixsmith (Steve Coogan), a BBC correspondent with whom she decides to discover her long-lost son.
The new documentary by Alex Gibney is less about the events in l’affair Armstrong than it is about the enigma of this tremendously complex and contradictory man.
- "The Armstrong Lie", the new documentary by Alex Gibney, is less about the infamous affair of bike racer Lance Armstrong than it is about the enigma of this tremendously complex and contradictory man.
Two musicians bond over their shared enthusiasm for American music and culture and dive headfirst into a sweeping romance that plays out on and off stage.
A bluegrass group in Belgium singing songs like "Will the Circle Be Unbroken" is just the start for a movie about oppositions that are impossible to reconcile.
Slideshow: Elise (Veerle Baetens) and Didier (Johan Heldenbergh) fall in love at first sight. She has her own tattoo shop and he plays the banjo in a bluegrass band. They bond over their shared enthusiasm for American music and culture, and dive headfirst into a sweeping romance that plays out on and off stage — but when an unexpected tragedy hits their new family, everything they know and love is tested.