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Soderbergh’s movies feature strong, independent, and complex female characters. Let's look at some of the auteur’s most ferocious leading ladies.

As the years have dwindled miserably by, it’s clear we were hoodwinked into thinking Michael Moore is some genius of social and political discourse.

Having built an eclectic career full of gutsy performances (many of them quite genderfluid), Kristen Stewart is a true Hollywood renegade.

'Pulp Fiction' was an overnight sensation and won the 1994 Palme d’Or. Here’s our ranking of the ten best moments from 'Pulp Fiction'.

To help us celebrate the truly excellent news that 'Bill & Ted Face the Music' has entered production, we rank the ten best 'Bill & Ted' moments ever.

Kim Yutani was named director of programming for the Sundance Film Festival. We take a look at some of the most powerful women in Hollywood today.

We’ve collected some of the best and most iconic moments from Scorsese’s classics, as well as some under-appreciated gems until release of 'The Irishman'.

Every Stanley Kubrick movie carries his trademark visual style – you don’t even need the sound on to tell a Kubrick movie from any other.

To celebrate Chloë Sevigny's vivacious attitude, we’ve collected a series of controversial moments she probably couldn’t care less about.