'Gimme the Loot' writer-director Adam Leon has a marvelous eye for blending staged dramatic sequences into documentary settings, which lets his actors work up their distinctive rhythms.
Veronica Mars, a TV teenage detective, could be back as a movie. A Kickstarter Veronica Mars fund-raising effort is setting records and aims to collect $2 million by April 12.
The magical realism tropes in 'Witch' are clunky, but the audience identifies completely with the film's protagonist, Komona.
'Beyond,' a movie by Romanian director Cristian Mungiu, is at times unnecessarily repetitive.
'Oz The Great and Powerful'' features an affable James Franco and radiant Michelle Williams, but its Wizard-origin story drags.
Historic theaters are trying out various strategies to raise funds for a conversion to digital projectors.
'Place' supplies a somewhat simplistic history of hunger in America, but the documentary makes many good points about the situation.
'Stoker' centers on precocious India Stoker (Mia Wasikowska), who is unnaturally fixated on her mysterious uncle.
'Jack' has mostly perfunctory performances, though the giants are somewhat entertaining.
Jennifer Lawrence is everywhere, and not just because she recently picked up a Best Actress Oscar. Here are three reasons she's won over many in Hollywood and those outside it.
In the aftermath of Oscars 2013, which featured the youngest-ever nominee for Best Actress, here's a look at what other under-18 nominees have gone on to do.
The Onion apologizes for calling 'Beasts of the Southern Wild' star Quvenzhane Wallis an offensive name on Twitter. The Onion apologizes the day after the tweet was sent out. 'It was crude and offensive,' CEO Steve Hannah wrote on Facebook.
Who were the Oscar winners in 2013? Here are the winners, from the well-known prizes to the more obscure. The Oscar winners for 2013 included victors like 'Argo.'
'Ultima' strains to be a classic, but the film does have lovely sections.
'Caesar,' a prison's production of Shakespeare, doesn't sugarcoat the convicts or their incarcerations.
The biggest night for movies is coming up fast – the ceremony will air on Feb. 24. Check out our picks for who will take home the big prizes.
Movie classics like 'Casablanca' and 'High Noon' were short and sweet, but modern audiences are more likely to sit through a three-hour running time.
'No' presents an interesting look at Chilean political drama, but like other historical films, it seems at time to put too happy a face on the proceedings.
Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami's story follows a young student who works as an escort.
'Safe Haven,' starring Julianne Hough and Josh Duhamel, is more of a Gothic chick flick than anything.
This item has been saved to read later from any device.
Access saved items through your user name at the top of the page.
View Saved Items
You reached the limit of 20 saved items.
Please visit following link to manage you saved items.
You have already saved this item.