The intemperate, incandescent film actor is dead at 81
For 55 years, the New Republic reviewer gave out the good word on movies without ever raising his voice
Johnny Depp is Tonto and Armie Hammer his kemosabe in this overly ambitious tribute to the vanished art of the sagebrush saga
Alec Baldwin and James Toback's search for film financing at Cannes makes for a mammothly entertaining documentary
Japanese tradition values reticence. But this group of men has decided to shout out their love.
Audrey Hepburn. Marlon Brando. Elizabeth Taylor. Kirk Douglas. Grace Kelly. Bogart and Bacall . . . you get the picture. And during the Golden Age of Hollywood,...
The year was 1949, and 25-year-old Marlon Brando — “the brilliant brat,” as LIFE magazine called him following his astonishing work on Broadway in A Streetcar...