In 1938, science fiction writer John W. Campbell wrote "Who Goes There?" a ground breaking novella about isolation, paranoia and an alien life form with the ability to mimic living organisms. In 1951, his story was adapted into "The Thing from Outer Space," now a cult-classic.
In the new political thriller "Anonymous," one of the most fascinating conspiracy theories in history is addressed: was Shakespeare an imposter?
"Religion has nothing to do with this, nothing at all." A film about a 1,000-year-old pilgrimage rooted in Catholic tradition, "The Way" leaves proselytizing at the doorstep. It ventures out on the Camino de Santiago–the Way of Saint James–following Martin Sheen as Tom Avery, a 60-something Californian who travels to Spain to recover the body of his deceased son Daniel, played by real-life son and the film's director, Emilio Estevez.
"Like Crazy," directed by Drake Doremus, is a film about two college students, Anna and Jacob, who live in Los Angeles and eventually become a couple. Anna is a British exchange student who overstays her visa after it expires on graduation. She must return home to London, but when she flies back to Los Angeles, she is turned away by customs officials, throwing Anna and Jacob into a long distance relationship.
"The world is a dangerous place, not because of those who do evil, but because of those who look on and do nothing." This quote from Albert Einstein opens the documentary "Superheroes" and reflects the motivations of the film's subjects.
It's rare to find a movie about battling cancer that's both raw and real with a humorous undertone, but "50/50" does just that.
Based on the best-selling novel by Tatiana de Rosnay, "Sarah's Key" is a heart-wrenching story about the lengths that a young girl went through to protect her family.
"It's hard not to be romantic about baseball," Oakland A's General Manager Billy Beane (Brad Pitt) says in the new movie, "Moneyball."