Not many Hollywood directors can say they have released two outstanding movies within days of each other. Spielberg has done just that with these big-screen achievements.
Not since the similarly themed film “200 Cigarettes” made its debut, has there been such an immensely star-studded production depicting the New Year’s holiday.
Right now, a mother lode gold mine of family friendly entertainment is available for viewing on the big screen.
Director Tomas Alfredson’s Cold War-era cure for insomnia “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy” attempts to balance dispassionate detachment from the subject material with close-ups of middle-aged British men sitting in offices while looking contemplative.
Why this latest installment of “The Twilight Saga” is the equivalent to jumping into the icy water.
Much like the controversial FBI director himself, the film “J. Edgar” suffers from an identity crisis.
The struggle inherent in a long-distance relationship is at once deeply straining and powerfully rewarding.
FX Network has rejected the tried and true comedy or crime-drama-based primetime lineup in favor of something a bit more experimental.
Fox Searchlight Pictures’ marketing behind “Martha Marcy May Marlene” mostly focuses on Elizabeth Olsen’s remarkable acting.
The prequel to John Carpenter’s 1982 creature feature “The Thing” seeks to answer the burning questions that have plagued absolutely nobody in the last 30 years.
In actor-director George Clooney’s latest effort “The Ides of March,” the central question is: Do inherently corrupt individuals gravitate toward politics, or does the nature of politics corrupt inherently good individuals?
“Jump back!” The 1980s classic dance flick about a small town’s ban on dancing is back in a big way.