'Dheepan' stars Antonythasan Jesuthasan as a Tamil freedom fighter who escapes Sri Lanka for France and the others he joins there. The correspondence between past and present horrors for these people emerges naturally from the material, without any underlining.
The Disney live-action film 'Jungle Book' topped the domestic box office for the third weekend in a row, grossing more than $42 million. The movie stars Neel Sethi, Scarlett Johansson, and Bill Murray.
The live-action adaptation of Rudyard Kipling's Mowgli stories lead ticket sales for the third straight weekend, but the three films are all expected to be blown out the water when "Captain America: Civil War" debuts next weekend.
'Ratchet & Clank,' which is now in theaters, is based on a video game about an alien tinkerer and his robot sidekick. Other video game adaptations coming to movie theaters this year are 'The Angry Birds Movie,' 'Warcraft,' and more.
'Keanu' stars 'Key & Peele' stars Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele as mild-mannered men who are attempting to retrieve their kidnapped cat. 'They blew away my expectations,' 'Keanu' director Peter Atencio said of working with multiple kittens on the film.
Vikander will reportedly take on the role for an upcoming 'Lara Croft' film. Angelina Jolie starred as the video game character in two films, the first of which is still the highest-grossing video game film adaptation in the US.
'Infinity' stars Dev Patel as Indian mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan and Jeremy Irons as his mentor, G.H. Hardy. Ramanujan's life is a gold mine of intellectual and cultural complexity, but the film is a conventional movie about an unconventional subject.
Emma Stone may portray the 'Dalmations' character in an upcoming Disney film. The movie would be the newest in a collection of various live-action adaptations of Disney animated films, with recent hits including 'The Jungle Book' and 'Cinderella.'
'Jungle' stars Neel Sethi as the orphaned Indian boy Mowgli, who was raised by wolves and is now attempting to join his own species. The film also stars Ben Kingsley, Idris Elba, Lupita Nyong'o, and Bill Murray.
'Notfilm' looks back at the 22-minute short movie 'Film,' which is the only movie ever written by Samuel Beckett and stars Buster Keaton. The confluence of the duo should have given rise to something more estimable, but despite that, the short film has its undeniable fascinations.