Scarlett Johansson’s character develops a super-brain. The movie itself, however, not so much.
Jon Favreau wanted to do something a little different, so he cooked up “Chef.” Don’t show up hungry!
Scarlett Johansson’s last movie was Her and all we got was her voice. We never saw her. Her latest might have been called She. Or, possibly: It. And we always see her.
It was Captain America versus Noah at multiplexes over the weekend and it was no contest: the former sped off with the box office crown.
Think of him as an analog operative in a digital universe, an old-fashioned superhero in a new-fashioned world, a square peg in a roundup of the usual suspects.
Eat your heart out, Siri.
A lineup of new movies is ready for takeoff, with hopes of motivating us to venture out in the challenging winter weather in the direction of the nearest multiplex.
What were the year’s most stimulating and/or satisfying and/or admirable moviegoing experiences of the outgoing year? Here’s our resident critic’s personal list.
This is an honest attempt to grapple with the risky, tricky subject of sex addiction — the apparent movie theme of the moment.
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…
Some of Hollywood’s biggest names will be taking center stage at THE 67TH ANNUAL TONY AWARDS, live from Radio City Music Hall, Sunday, June 9th.
Call this one a film buff’s dream.
Is six superheroes too much, or not enough? Either way, it’s breezily entertaining.
“We Bought A Zoo,” which may look frivolous on the surface, is an offbeat yet comedic portrait of the way a husband/father and his two children come to grips with the devastating loss of their wife/mother.