Streep stars in the movie as Ricki, a musician who left her family to pursue her rock and roll dream. 'I don't think I have the nerve to get up in front of people myself and sing but... give me a character and I'll sing,' the actress said.
The new superhero movie stars Miles Teller, Michael B. Jordan, Kate Mara, and Jamie Bell as a group of young adults who achieve superpowers through a teleportation mishap and face off with Victor Von Doom (Toby Kebbell).
'Tour' stars Jason Segel as David Foster Wallace and Jesse Eisenberg as the Rolling Stone journalist profiling him. The movie also gets at the wariness and competitiveness inside the journalist-interviewee dynamic.
Screenwriter Diablo Cody doesn't bring anything terribly distinctive to the mix when it comes to the family's squabblings in the movie and rocker Ricki (Meryl Streep) seems more of a contrivance despite Streep's best efforts.
'Killing' director Joshua Oppenheimer examines again the story of how almost a million Indonesian citizens were killed by the government and its cohorts. This new movie focuses on a man whose brother was killed in the massacres.
Director Antoine Fuqua and screenwriter Kurt Sutter pummel the audience with hoary boxing movie clichés, but this is probably the best star Rachel McAdams has been in a movie and she and Gyllenhaal have an intense chemistry.
Rocco starred as the 'Godfather' character Moe Green and also appeared in the film 'Get Shorty' as well as on 'The Simpsons' and the Starz series 'Magic City.' Rocco called his 'Godfather' role 'without a doubt, my biggest ticket anywhere.'
'Ant-Man' stars Paul Rudd as Scott Lang, a thief who gets a high-tech suit from a scientist (Michael Douglas) and works with the scientist's daughter (Evangeline Lilly) to take down an adversary with some special technology of his own (Corey Stoll). The movie is in theaters now.