When it came time to recognize the contribution that black artists and performers made to cinema during 2015, it appears that the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences ran all outta nominations. Sorry, people of color! At le...
Last week’s reigning champions continued their successful runs. Meanwhile, no amount of pixie dust could save this weekend’s two biggest new movies.
As expected, Ridley Scott’s science-fiction disaster flick took the top spot at the box office, but that wasn’t the weekend’s only success story.
In an all-around successful weekend, both Adam Sandler’s animated sequel and Nancy Meyers’ new film opened to solid numbers, alongside the expansions of some films that did well in limited release.
September continues to be surprisingly busy for movies this year. This weekend brings three new nationwide releases, one nationwide expansion, one new notable limited release, and one limited expansion.
Stale, safe and manipulative, ‘The Intern’ is the cinematic equivalent of an exhausted sigh from a collection of filmmakers and actors who just don’t seem to care about what they’re doing. It’s a movie that exists based on a lazy ...
A trio of legendary performers demonstrate they still have what it takes to make moviegoers laugh and cry. Now in their golden years, Al Pacino, Meryl Streep and Robert De Niro promise to make this a heartfelt summer to remember.