"Transcendence" is a serious science fiction movie filled with big ideas and powerful images, but it never quite coheres, and the end is a copout.
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Writer Brian Tallerico responds to our Movie Love Questionnaire.
Denis Villeneuve, the director of "Enemy", "Prisoners", and "Incendies", speaks about the influences on his new film, from "2001: A Space Odyssey" to "The Planet of the Apes".
Robert Rodriguez adapts the George Clooney-Salma Hayek vampire thriller for his El Rey network.
Three new network dramas premiere in the next two weeks and two of them are actually worth a look.
Three new or returning shows center on serial killers—"Hannibal", "Bates Motel" and "Those Who Kill"—with varying degrees of success.
With several new dramas returning or premiering in the next week, Brian Tallerico says The Americans and The Red Road are two to watch.
NBC hopes an Olympic-sized push will bring audiences to two new sitcoms while ABC launches another dating comedy and FXX pushes the envelope.
Brian Tallerico champions "Before Midnight" for Best Adapted Screenplay.
While most of the broadcast and cable networks have gone into a holding pattern during the Sochi Winter Olympics, Amazon and Netflix have taken the opportunity to offer some interesting alternatives to downhill skiing.
Many of the films at the Sundance Film Festival are going directly to television.