Divergent is a science-fiction drama set in a dystopian, post-apocalyptic Chicago, based on the best-selling trilogy of young adult novels by Veronica Roth.
Like its seven big-screen predecessors, this Muppets movie puts a wide smile on your face and leaves it there.
The animated comedy Mr. Peabody & Sherman climbed into the top spot on its second weekend of release by earning an estimated $21-million.
“Veronica Mars” began as a crime-solving TV series that had low ratings but the undying love of its fervent fans. Kristen Bell reprises her role as the wisecracking, crime-solving outsider.
If speed is all you need, then maybe “Need for Speed” will do it for you.
The Grand Budapest Hotel, a story within a story within a story, is set in the fictional Eastern European republic of Zubrowka between World War I and World War II.
The year’s tenth box office weekend went pretty much as expected with the two new attractions vying for first place.
Will the younger members of the audience get all the irreverently skewed historical references? No. Does that matter? Not really.
This dispiriting, noirish crime thriller is tall on crime and short on thrills.
Non-Stop extends Liam Neeson’s action résumé with an airplane-hijacking thriller that flies the unfriendly skies fueled by the paranoia we feel in the post-9/11 universe.
The high-flying suspense thriller starring Liam Neeson earned an estimated $30-million to finish first at the box office on its debut weekend.
Sunday evening’s Academy Awards telecast marks the fifth year in the era of the Best Picture Times Two experiment, and it would appear to have caught on.
The Oscars are upon us, and the slates of nominees on display on Sunday evening during the Academy Awards ceremony are the usual mix of familiar faces and first-timers.
With the 86th Academy Awards ceremony only days away, we’re getting ready for the year’s best acting.
The family movie audience just will not lego of The Lego Movie.