Robert De Niro
The casually engaging ensemble comedy makes up for in wisdom and charisma what it lacks in energy and originality.
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?
A horror sequel that opened on Friday the 13th took the weekend box office crown at multiplexes.
The Family is an uneasy mix of black comedy, family psychodynamics, and graphically violent gangland thrills.
What does the quieter and more thoughtful autumn movie season have in store for viewers before the award-conscious, high-profile holiday movie lineup unveils? Here’s a peek…
By the authority vested in me, I now pronounce “The Big Wedding” a bomb.
KYW’s Bill Wine picks the likely winners of best-actor and best-supporting-actor Oscars at this Sunday’s Academy Awards ceremony.
Look for these mainstream titles to open on theatre screens during the first few months of 2013.
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.
Martin Scorsese is probably responsible for more movie classics than any other American filmmaker, and to witness his early days just return to “Mean Streets,” his 1973 gem.
There’s no better feeling than being able to watch a movie that was circulating in top form more than 15 years ago.
This tale of parallel experiences finds the son wondering whether he’s just as deluded as his father, whom he desperately wants not to turn into.
Producer and director Garry Marshall brings back Valentine’s Day’s Jessica Biel and Ashton Kutcher while welcoming the thriving local populace to his cast and then letting everyone alone to act in whatever style each of them sees fit.
What are the end-of-the-year flicks that we’ll be flocking to during the holiday season and beyond?