Eon Productions released another James Bond film Friday night with the return of Daniel Craig as James Bond and the regular thrills of 007 movies.
Attack on Titan returns to the big screen in “Attack on Titan: End of the World” with more of the same intensity of the first film and some needed answers to vital questions.
Aaron Sorkin’s “Steve Jobs” proved to be more than just another Steve Jobs biopic.
Crimson Peak lives up to Guillermo del Toro’s reputation for outstanding visuals.
Emily Blunt stars in the gripping new thriller from director Denis Villeneuve.
Director Ridley Scott proves that in science fiction, simplicity is the way to go.
The hit manga is transformed into a bizarre, live-action spectacle that will leave you shocked, speechless and confused.
Jake Gyllenhaal and Josh Brolin star as mountain climbers fighting to return from the top of the world.
Depp is incredible as Boston gangster Whitey Bulger. The rest of the film? Not so much.
The legendary Studio Ghibli reflects on friendship and grief in what may be their final film.
If you liked Ted, the expected crude humor from Seth Macfarlane’s Fuzzy Door Productions is back in the sequel, but many of the jokes feel unearned and forced.
HBO ruined its hit drama with a disastrous second season. Here’s the autopsy.
Movie Review: ‘Straight Outta Compton’ portrays Ice Cube and Dr. Dre’s unrealistic, picture-perfect version of events, but that shouldn’t deter you from watching this satisfying hip-hop biopic.
Want to see Tom Cruise dangle off the side of a plane? Yes, yes you do.
With poor special effects that don’t make up for the even poorer acting and story line, Pixels scrapes the barrel and gets 2/5 sails for its efforts.
Movie Review: Hollywood doesn’t know what to do with its comedic talent, and the new film with Amy Schumer proves it.