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‘The Big Lebowski’: THR’s 1998 Review

On March 6, 1998, the Coen brothers unleashed The Big Lebowski in theaters, where it would become a cult hit and gross $46 million globally. The Hollywood Reporter's original review is below.  The Co<a href="https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/review/fargo-review-movie-1996-1086107" target="_blank"…

‘Deep Impact’: THR’s 1998 Review

On May 8, 1998, Paramount unveiled disaster film Deep Impact, featuring a cast that included Téa Leoni, Robert Duvall and Morgan Freeman. The film went on to gross $140 million stateside, not…

‘Titanic’: THR’s 1997 Review

On Dec. 19, 1997, James Cameron's Titanic set sail in theaters nationwide. The 193-minute blockbuster epic went on to dominate the 70th Academy Awards, nabbing 11 wins including best picture…

‘Fletch’: THR’s 1985 Review

On May 31, 1985, Universal brought Chevy Chase’s comedy Fletch to theaters stateside, where it became a summer hit. The Hollywood Reporter’s original review is below. One of the most…

Chicago Film Festival: ‘Sieranevada’ Wins Gold Hugo for Best International Feature

Acting honors go to 'Graduation's' Adrian Titieni and 'Christine's' Rebecca Hall.

‘Le Havre’ Takes Top Honor at Chicago Film Festival

Egypt's "Cairo 678" and its star Maged El Kedwany earn Silver Hugos at 47th annual event.

Chicago Film Festival Kicks Off With One of Its Own

Dennis Farina stars in Windy City-shot drama "The Last Rites of Joe May," which begins 47th annual event Thursday.

Arthur Laurents, Tony-Winning Playwright-Screenwriter, Dies at 93

The legendary scribe (pictured with Chita Rivera in 2009) wrote the books for "West Side Story" and "Gypsy" and the scripts for "The Way We Were" and "Turning Point."

1950s Screen Idol Farley Granger Dies at 85

The actor played a likable tennis pro thrust into a murder exchange in Alfred Hitchcock's 1951 movie and documented affairs with Shelley Winters (pictured), Ava Gardner, Leaonard Bernstein and others…

SUNDANCE REVIEW: ‘Restless City’ Is a Stunning Look at New York’s West African Immigrant Community

An intense intense twist on the American Dream by director Andrew Dosunmu.

SUNDANCE REVIEW: Ambitious ‘Kinyarwanda’ Centers on 1994 Rwandan Genocide

The movie, competing in the world cinema dramatic section, Is the first feature to be produced by Rwandans.

SUNDANCE REVIEW: Reagan

A comprehensive and insightful portrait of the paradoxical nature of Ronald Reagan.