Review: 'Isle of Dogs' Excels with Anderson's Unique Style

When it was announced that Wes Anderson’s new film was a stop-motion animated film about dogs in a dystopian version of Japan, it was pretty easy to imagine what the final finished product would look like.

Final Predictions For The 87th Academy Awards

The Oscar balloting deadline has passed, the winners are set in stone, and the ceremony is only a day away! So here are our final predictions for who will take this year’s Academy Awards!

The Oscars: Who Will Win, Who Should Win, Who Should Have Been Here

The voting process of Academy members is a story for another day, but here I attempt to predict who I think will win, and who deserves to win Oscars.

The Top Ten Best Film Performances (Male and Female) Of 2014

2014 was truly a spectacular year for actors and actresses, Emertainment Monthly looks back and ranks our choices for the year’s best performances.

'Birdman': A Cinematic Defense of the Theatrical

'Birdman (or the Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)' is a film that defies labels. n some ways, Alejandro González Iñárritu and company have created a movie utterly free of convention, free from all the usual labels audience members use to make themselves feel comfortable about their own viewing experience.

Review: 'Birdman' Is A Technical Marvel With A Lot On Its Mind

The new Alejandro González Iñárritu film 'Birdman' is a truly original beast, unlike anything else in theaters this year. It hits on every level – acting, directing, cinematography, music, and more.

Top Ten Summer Vacation Flicks

Now that we're in the middle of summer, everyone seems to be packing their bags and taking off. But if you're staying home this season, watching one of these films is a different (and much more affordable) way to escape.

Review: "The Grand Budapest Hotel" Is An Exceptionally Witty Madcap Romp

To say that The Grand Budapest Hotel is full of energy would be something of an understatement. At times, it seems this film is made of it. This is a movie so enthusiastically paced it often runs the risk of outrunning its own plot.