REVIEW: Padding out its muddled 129 minutes with the sluggish pace of a funeral barge, "Dead Men Tell No Tales" marks the ignominious low of a once great series.
REVIEW: Self-mocking throwback overreaches and ends up sinking in its own silliness.
Space adventure used nostalgia in calculated shift toward marketing.
As the country celebrated the 40th anniversary of the release of "Star Wars" this past week, we wondered if our critic who panned the movie four decades ago wanted a second chance. He didn't.
Movies opening Friday Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie (PG) Two pranksters hypnotize their principal into thinking he’s a dimwitted superhero named Captain…
Some of the fashions are dated, but the stories and performances have not lost anything with the passing of time in "Mannix: The Complete Series."
Documentary follows newspaper reporters as they strive to chronicle lives.
Mini reviews of 'Paris Can Wait,' 'Buena Vista Social Club: Adios' and 'David Lynch: The Art of Life"
Paris Can Wait ★½ out of four stars Rated: PG for thematic elements, smoking and some language. In English and subtitled French. Theater:…
REVIEW: This story about the frantic search for Mr. Right is an old-fashioned rom-com from Israel.
Before Winston Chrislock taught history, he acted in "Riders in the Sky."
Movies opening this week Thursday Baywatch (R) A devoted lifeguard (Dwayne Johnson) butts heads with a brash new recruit (Zac Efron) while they uncover…
The standard superhero movie refreshingly reinvents itself as a weighty neo-western in the stunning "Logan," out Tuesday.
Review: The actors, comics and pals made for a hilarious evening of shtick and song.
REVIEW: "Alien: Covenant" is a well intended effort to breathe new life into a series approaching 40-something middle age.
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul ★ out of four stars Rated: PG for rude humor. “The Long Haul” is an ironically…
REVIEW: Her biography is as carefully crafted as a poem.
REVIEW: The acrid, moody satire "The Lovers" is a tour of the hellish difficulties of marriage in late middle age.
It didn't take long for Amy Schumer and movie mom Goldie Hawn to bond.
A new adaptation of the superhero story will lack original director and star.