Extolling the virtues of Inherent Vice presents an imposing challenge: first you’ve got to find them. Best of luck.
Both timeless and timely, ‘Selma’ addresses the life of Martin Luther King by concentrating on one chapter in his storied history.
Middle-earth continues beckoning moviegoers.
We exited the theatre wishing the film had worked us up to a higher emotional plane.
According to the voting members of the Academy of Me, Myself, and I, here are the top ten movies of 2014!
She did the work, but he took the credit.
The sequel, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, made it two weekends in a row on top by nailing another first-place finish at the box office, this time earning an estimated $41-million.
It’s a pity that Stephen Sondheim’s lyrics, as always prodigiously clever, don’t manage to affect or amuse us even as they showcase his genius.
It’s five movies in one, and all of them are engrossing and impressive.
Mark Wahlberg stars in ‘The Gambler,’ a remake that you don’t have to compare with the same-titled 1974 version, which starred James Caan.
The third and final installment, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, easily led the way, earning an estimated $56-million on its debut weekend.
Yes, the sun’ll come out tomorrow. But will you? Not for this easy-to-knock Annie, you won’t.
This is a fuzzy fantasy-comedy in which the figures come to life, but the movie doesn’t.
Like its predecessors, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies leaves you wanting less.
Chris Rock wrote, directed, and stars in this fitfully funny and focused-on-fame film as a recovering-alcoholic comedian trying to reinvent himself as a movie star.
Bradley Cooper stopped by CBS 3 studios and Talk Philly to talk about his new film Limitless.