Box Office Report: 'Fantastic Beasts' Works Its MagicPicking up right where the boy wizard left off, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, a spinoff of the Harry Potter franchise starring Eddie Redmayne from author J.K. Rowling, finished first at the box office by earning an estimated $75-million on its debut weekend.
Movie Review: Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime WalkThe movie, unfortunately, is director Ang Lee’s long one-time stumble.
Movie Review: The Edge Of SeventeenIt may not be edgy, but it’s got charm, energy, and humor to burn.
Movie Review: 'The Eagle Huntress''The Eagle Huntress,' off to a good start on the film festival circuit, follows Aisholpan Naigurv, a 13-year-old girl, as she trains to hunt with an eagle.
Movie Review: 'Loving''Loving' is a quietly powerful civil rights biodrama, the true story of Richard and Mildred (Jeter) Loving, played by Joel Edgerton and Ruth Negga, an interracial couple – she’s black and he’s white – who marry in 1958 in Virginia.
Movie Review: 'Arrival''Arrival' is a knockout, a smart, challenging, riveting, surprising, and supremely satisfying drama that speaks to the head and the heart – in that order.
Box Office Report: Marvel Works Their Magic Once AgainDoctor Strange lit it up at the box office over the weekend.
Movie Review: 'Trolls''Trolls' goes down in the books as an animated comedy -- but it’s actually a forced march through the aisles of a toy store.
Movie Review: 'Doctor Strange'The Marvelization of Hollywood continues with 'Doctor Strange,' the 14th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Movie Review: 'Hacksaw Ridge''Hacksaw Ridge' is a brutal Australian-American biodrama about a real-life conscientious objector’s seemingly paradoxical battlefield heroism.
Weekend Box Office Report: 'Boo! A Madea Halloween' Continues To Be A TreatTyler Perry’s comedy, Boo! A Madea Halloween, made it two weekends in a row at the top by finishing first at the box office over Halloween weekend, earning an estimated $17-million.
Movie Review: 'Inferno''Inferno' follows 2006’s The Da Vinci Code and 2009‘s Angels & Demons in the internationally popular franchise featuring Hanks as Harvard professor and symbology expert Robert Langdon.