REVIEW: Making a giant-budget behemoth of a movie based on nothing more than nonstop bombast is more an art than a science, and this is Michael Bay's Sistine Chapel.
REVIEW: "The Exception" whitewashes WWII in search of true love.
Denise Daniels said she pitched a similar idea to the movie studio from 2005 to 2009.
Movies opening this week Wednesday Baby Driver (R) After being coerced into working for a crime boss, a young getaway driver (Ansel Elgort) finds…
The new Blu-ray of 1968's "Hell in the Pacific" finally allows fans to watch the underrated World War II gem with a seamless presentation of director John Boorman's intended ending.
The film uncovered a need she had buried after so many male superhero movies.
Wakefield ★ out of four stars Rated: R for some sexual material and language. In English and subtitled Russian. Here is a symphony…
Ron Howard has stepped in to direct Lucasfilm and Disney's untitled Han Solo movie, Lucasfilm announced on Thursday.
REVIEW: After decades in supporting turns, the veteran actor dazzles in a starring role in "The Hero."
REVIEW: "Letters From Baghdad" finally pays heed to the fascinating, adventurous, intriguing character of Gertrude Bell, the very antithesis of demure womanhood in Victorian England.
Some film fans bemoan superhero saturation while also rightly spotlighting the lack of diversity among top-grossing Hollywood directors. What they perhaps don't appreciate, though, is…
Movies opening this week Wednesday Transformers: The Last Knight (PG-13) The key to saving the future lies in the hidden history of Transformers on…
All Eyez on Me ★★ out of four stars Rated: R for language throughout, drug use, violence, some nudity and sexuality. Revolutionary rapper…
Chasing Trane ⋆⋆⋆ out of four stars Rated: Not rated Theater: Lagoon John Coltrane died from liver cancer in 1967, but this documentary…
REVIEW: There are only so many times you can watch cartoon speed competitions between talking cars with eyeball windshields before they become rather draggy.
REVIEW: "Beatriz at Dinner" is a comedy strewn with emotional land mines.
REVIEW: Multiple genre changes challenge viewers to keep up in "The Book of Henry.".
REVIEW: This story about a disastrous bash is derivative but still enjoyable.
"Book of Henry" director embraces extremes.
Are you ready to rock? Are you ready to roll over Beethoven? "Rocktopia" might be just the ticket.