February gets off to a busy start, with a trio of new movies that range from greatly promising to… not so much.
A strong January comes to a solid close. Is this a good indicator of what’s to come in 2016?
January is often the home of some of the new year’s very worst releases – movies so bad they didn’t belong in either the fall awards season nor in the blockbuster summer season. The only other potential burial ground for these cat...
This weekend, three films attempt to take down the reigning box office champ ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’. One tells the true story of a controversial assault against Americans in Libya, one is an animated family flick that assa...
This weekend offers a single wide release, one nationwide expansion, a small expansion and a couple of indie flicks – but does anyone actually expect them to make a dent in the ongoing box office success of ‘Star Wars’?
Four new movies open nationwide this week, plus three awards hopefuls in limited release, one wide expansion, and a partridge in a pear tree. Nothing (worthwhile) dared to open against ‘Star Wars’ last week, but that’s not the cas...
‘Star Wars’ opens this weekend. Do the other movies even matter?
With one week to go until ‘Star Wars’ storms theaters, unfortunately nothing worthwhile takes the stage in the meantime.
The only new movie opening nationwide this weekend is a holiday horror flick. That should leave a lot of room for several limited releases to take the stage, including a few awards hopefuls.
Of this holiday’s three big movie releases, there’s at least one to be thankful for.
Get ready for another busy weekend at your local cinema. The final ‘Hunger Games’ installment will draw huge crowds, but there’s also a better-than-expected, crude Christmas comedy opening alongside it.
If you stayed away from the Bond-packed theaters last weekend, this is your perfect chance to get out there to see ‘Spectre’. None of this weekend’s new releases are very promising.