Movie critic Bruce Miller says “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” is a cracklingly good mystery with layers of fun and an approach to parties…
If you're starting the holiday shopping early, you might want to put "Sausage Party" on your list for someone in that key Seth Rogen demographic.
A "Terminator" film sequel that imagines the last three sequels never happened arrives this weekend, along with a long-awaited Harriet Tubman biopic.
The “Star Wars” story continues, but with a prequel this time, and Will Smith plays a man recovering from tragedy in this weekend’s new movies.
Many people have a Harry Potter-spinoff and a new "Star Wars" movie on the calendar, but there are at least 40 other movies scheduled for release between now and New Year's Day, and this holiday season offers a little something for everyone.
A dachshund, domestic drama in Oklahoma, the rules of “Fight Club” and Helen Mirren as the queen highlight arthouse-cinema offerings for the week.
The latest film written and directed by Tulsa native Tim Blake Nelson, one of the busiest creative minds in Hollywood, plays Circle Cinema and features a question-and-answer session with Nelson.
There are going to be surprises at the Academy Awards on Sunday night. When the level of suspense in Hollywood is that of a white-knuckle thriller, that makes for a better Oscars.
Here's what you missed if you didn't catch a three-and-a-half hour anniversary show Sunday.
Academy Award nominations are likely in many categories, including best actor for Michael Keaton.
"The Bourne Legacy" is a work of fiction, but the scientific, political and corporate partnerships it depicts are very real.
My stories last week on Tim Blake Nelson and his newest movie, "Leaves of Grass," now playing at Circle Cinema, contained everything from his plans for a Dust Bowl movie to his views on marijuana to the role he turned down in the Oscar-winning "No Country for Old Men."
"Leaves of Grass" is not a Walt Whitman movie about poetry. This is Tim Blake Nelson's affectionate and curious vision of his native Oklahoma, and what he sees makes for a uniquely restless, ribald motion picture.
Tulsa native Tim Blake Nelson will offer a sneak preview of his new film, "Leaves of Grass," next week as a fundraising event for Circle Cinema, in a single showing that comes months before the film's late summer release.
Even when Tim Blake Nelson comes home for a
’s something of a working vacation for the actor ("O Brother, Where Art Thou?"), playwright ("The Grey Zone") and film director (the new "Leaves of Grass," starring his pal Edward Norton).
Tim Blake Nelson, the Tulsa-born writer, actor and director, usually plays the most dim-witted of characters, like he did in "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" But he's actually a sharp fellow, especially behind the camera.
Why not try acting?
Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed. Rated PG. Ben Stein challenges theories about the origins of life. He's mad and he's not taking it anymore, especially when he finds scientists and educators who have been punished for exploring other theories about the universe's origin besides evolution.
’s a fine actor. Colin Farrell’s an Irish hunk.
To answer your first question: Yes, this time they did it right.
Edward Norton stars
in this do-over of Marvel
’ biggest attraction outside of Spider-Man — at least until Iron Man came to the silver screen — that asks the public to forget that the 2003 "Hulk" film ever happened. Liv Tyler, Tim Roth, William Hurt and Tulsa’s Tim Blake Nelson are around to see green get mean.
I've never met a Paul Giamatti role I haven't liked.
Naomi Watts, star of dark films such as ‘The Ring’ and ‘21 Grams,’ does double duty on ‘Painted Veil’