Like its predecessor, it has a sense of humor, but is still too self-important.
The Blu-ray 70th anniversary edition of Orson Welles’ Citizen Kane is a high-definition transfer of the 1941 classic.
Quite a variety on this week’s video list!
Kenneth Branagh is not the artist you expect to find in the director’s chair when “Thor,” the epic fantasy about mortals and immortals, kicks off the big summer movie season.
It’s a one-joke answer to the question, were there slackers and stoners in the Middle Ages?
This week’s new releases include vehicles for Mandy Moore, Natalie Portman (left), Naomi Watts, and Kirsten Dunst.
Who’s likely to go home with the Oscars as best actress and best supporting actress? Bill Wine handicaps those races.
The competition wasn’t exactly strong at the nation’s multiplexes over the weekend, but The Rite ended up having the right stuff.
No Strings Attached, the romantic comedy with Natalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher, attached itself to first place on its debut weekend. It was the weekend’s only new mainstream title and it took in an estimated $20 million.
“No Strings Attached” earns a chuckle or two and then disappears into the night without making much of an impression.
“Black Swan” is an intense, outlandish, excessive, and fascinating melodrama, cinematically choreographed by director Darren Aronofsky (“The Wrestler”).
Here are the year-end attractions moviegoers will be treated to (or, in some cases, subjected to) through the upcoming holiday season.
The Philadelphia Film Festival, October 14-24, kicks off with Black Swan starring Natalie Portman.