Beauty And The Beast Movie Review: The blink-and-you'll-miss-it meet-cute moment for two gay characters is part of this Beauty and the Beast larger sense of expansiveness, wherein exteriors fall away, inner essences come to the fore and true love ensues. And what in this big, boffo, ball-gowned world could be wrong with that?
Split Movie Review: M Night Shyamalan is known for - and rightly judged by - his endings, and the twist he delivers at the conclusion of Split is only partly satisfying
Disney films tend to follow a recipe that includes a hero's journey (either figurative or literal), a sidekick, catchy songs, a villain and a lesson
Wyclef Jean posed this desperate and furious question to his Instagram followers early Tuesday morning alongside two videos showing the famous musician in handcuffs while being detained by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department
Ewan McGregor thinks the controversy surrounding Disney's first "exclusively gay moment" is a little silly. The actor, who stopped by the Late Show Monday night, said "There is a lot of gay sex in this cartoon. If you live anywhere near Alabama, you should not go see this film. What would Jesus think?"
Ritesh Batra burst onto the scene in 2013 with his debut feature The Lunchbox, a romantic drama about a lonely, middle-aged Indian widower who develops a relationship, via letters, with the unhappily married woman who prepares his lunch every day, delivered through an elaborate system of couriers
Emma Watson said: "Feminism is about giving women choice. Feminism is not a stick with which to beat other women with. It's about freedom, it's about liberation, it's about equality"