Michael Keaton is stupendous. “Birdman” soars!
There’s more than enough of Bill Murray’s devilishly shaggy charm and cranky wit in “St. Vincent” to please movie audiences.
Two-time Oscar nominee Naomi Watts was a good choice to play the lonely and alienated princess during the last two years of her life.
Bill Wine gives us his picks for the best actress and best supporting actress categories in the 2013 Academy Awards.
This contemptible compilation comedy is simply offensive, despite the array of A-list stars.
For moviegoers, December means the climax to the year’s big-screen release schedule is now upon us.
The movie’s about J. Edgar Hoover, but it feels more like J. Edgar Makeup.
This week’s new releases include vehicles for Mandy Moore, Natalie Portman (left), Naomi Watts, and Kirsten Dunst.
Fair Game is a low-key, fact-based espionage mystery-thriller with a secret identity as a marital drama.
There’s no getting around the cautionary message for potential viewers of Woody Allen’s latest, “You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger.” You will see a small, bad movie.