A cliched but sensitively observed crime drama about a gangster's thug and a call girl who go on the run.
Susan Wloszczyna spent much of her nearly 30 years at USA TODAY as a senior entertainment reporter doing her dream job: Visiting the New Zealand film set of "The Lord of the Rings," being a zombie extra in George Romero’s "Land of the Dead" and interviewing countless show biz figures including icons (Vincent Price, Shirley Temple, Peter O’Toole, Mr. Rogers), A-list stars (George Clooney, Julia Roberts, Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks, Will Smith, Sandra Bullock, Denzel Washington) and big-name filmmakers (Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, Martin Scorsese, Jane Campion, Nancy Meyers, Spike Lee, Wes Anderson and Alexander Payne).
Her positions at the newspaper included being a film reviewer for twelve years as well as the Life section copy desk chief. Now unchained from the grind of daily journalism, she is ready to view the world of movies with fresh eyes.
Ben Foster talks about his work in the new critically-acclaimed Debra Granik film, "Leave No Trace."
A recap of the 90th Academy Awards.
The RogerEbert.com pick for Best Adapted Screenplay.
A trifecta of senior citizens could make Oscar history on Sunday night.
Greta Gerwig is the fifth woman to be nominated for the Oscar for Best Director.
An article about the 2018 Academy Award nominees.
Such exposure can only improve a contender's chance of gaining a berth in an acting category.
Brett Morgen and Jane Goodall talk about the creation and history behind their enthralling new documentary, "Jane."
A number of Oscar contenders have impressed this year with their abundance of talent onscreen.
"Mudbound," "Darkest Hour," "Lady Bird" and other exciting new films received special presentations at the Virginia festival.