Just like Greek mythology, the film named after the female Gorgon wows with its sense of mysticism and mysteriousness.
When you're comparing it to the westerns it derives from, "Cop Car" gets one thing exactly right: the wide scope.
A whimsical and crowd-pleasing retelling of Phillippe Petit's amazing high-wire act between the Twin Towers is told by the master of fanciful storytelling, Robert Zemeckis.
Charming and endearing "The Bear" is back restored to all its glory for this very special 25th Anniversary Collector's Edition that captures the wilderness action as a young bear cub learns its way in the world.
This is a psychological portrait-but of a shared psychology, one facing great strife. It's about bondage coming undone.
A young prosecutor decides to look into crimes committed at Auschwitz -- a place he's never even heard of until now. What he finds shatters his naive worldview.
Clearly not for every viewer, it's still a valuable exploration of one form of sport in a country which worships it.
The new zombie film with the clever title harkens back to the early days of the genre.
Corey, a gay psychologist, has boyfriend problems, along with a crazily-loving lesbian sister. What's an average-looking guy to do?
The douchebag dudes, the posse for pussy, are back in Hollywood, on film.