The family of Dawn Brancheau, the SeaWorld animal trainer who was killed by an orca following a show at the park in 2010, has released a statement distancing itself from the documentary, Blackfish. The film, which exposes the abuse killer whales endure in captivity, specifically at SeaWorld, focuse ... More >>
Sixteen PETA protesters were arrested at the Rose Parade on Wednesday, a majority of them for trying to stop the SeaWorld-themed float. Riot police escorted the float as it made its way through the parade, passing multiple planned protest spots along the route. PETA protests took to the street in ... More >>
The fest's best are the films to watch in the year ahead.
The movies to know from Sundance — and the year ahead.
A quarter century ago, my old, good buddy Mike Lacey came to Miami and decided to start a weekly paper. He wanted to move here, but a mugger and a prudent wife convinced him cocaine-fueled Miami wasn't the place to raise a family.Today, Lacey bowed out. Along with his partner -- and another guy I co ... More >>
Always more than an ingenue, she's taking on everything that's wrong with movies — and she's bringing Chris Rock.
Frozen River may lay it on a bit thick, but Melissa Leo nails the role of a struggling single mom
Full of itself and not half as funny as it thinks it is, Hamlet 2 is simply tragic
Michel Gondry attempts to celebrate DIY filmmaking but comes up short, stale, and flat
Joshua gets it: Your kid is a monster
Halfway through Sundance and still whistling a happy tune
From Dakota Fanning's rape to John Cusack's daddy issues, Sundance 2007 was all about the kiddie porn
Diane Keaton subjects herself to more indignities in Michael Lehmann's latest vapid comedy
Cassavetes Jr. and Justin "in a box" Timberlake team up for real-life tale of killer potheads
Murderball, a doc about quad rugby players, absolutely kills
Shane Carruth's Primer goes back to the future, and it's a weird, wild ride
In the Garden State, home is where Zach Braff's heart is
Maggie Gyllenhaal is a naughty Secretary -- but not quite naughty enough
You Can Count on Me starts small but works its way to bigness