This week one of entertainment’s comedic legends passed away, Hollywood got hacked, and apparently everyone is in court for something or the other.
Like most of its predecessors, it’s an involving and intriguing, visually arresting entertainment about mutant superheroes with astonishing otherworldly powers who are second-class citizens, metaphorically speaking.
With the 86th Academy Awards ceremony only days away, we’re getting ready for the year’s best acting.
Character-driven storyteller David O. Russell gives his film a manic, farcical energy that keeps it at arm’s length from realism but that engrosses to a surprising degree.
What are the new attractions moviegoers will be choosing among at multiplexes on this year’s final week and immediately beyond? Bill Wine has this survey…
This first sequel delves deeper into the resonant themes introduced in its predecessor, expands the mythology, reflects the horrors in its titular “entertainment,” and further fleshes out the primary characters.
Between movie and television shoots and music concerts, celebrities are here all the time. And they love to go out to restaurants. So where do they go?
Bill Wine gives us his picks for the best actress and best supporting actress categories in the 2013 Academy Awards.
That diner is the Llanerch, in Upper Darby, where outdoor and indoor scenes were filmed for “Silver Linings Playbook” back in October of 2011.
“The Hunger Games” devoured the competition at the People’s Choice Awards, emerging the top victor with five trophies.
Before 2012 can disappear from our memory banks, how about a look back at the year’s most gratifying moviegoing experiences?
No need to look for the silver lining in “Silver Linings Playbook” — there isn’t a cloud in the sky of this wonderfully entertaining quirkfest.
If “House at the End of the Street” were a house, it would not be without curb appeal but would still be in need of repair.
With the escapist summer movie season in the books, the 2012 Oscar races will soon be coming into view as the serious-minded fall feature films taxi down the runway.
Jennifer Lawrence hits the thespian bull’s-eye once again as the “girl on fire,” carrying the movie on her shoulders with a never-a-false-move star turn.