Even though TV tackled the Emmett Till story last year, there’s something deeply touching in “Till,” the new film that could figure into Tuesday’s Oscar nominations.
If you haven’t had a good cry lately, there’s a touching comedy, “Spoiler Alert,” that will get you thinking differently about end-of-life romances and gay relationships.
LOS ANGELES -- “Everything Everywhere All at Once” could best summarize Michelle Yeoh these days.
“Knives Out” launched a franchise for Rian Johnson. Now, “The Menu” could prompt a series of food thrillers.
We haven’t even gotten the nominations and already it’s clear: “Avatar” won’t win Oscar’s Best Picture prize.
Part “Chucky,” part “Terminator,” the wickedly smart "M3gan" follows a state-of-the-art robot who’s expected to rock the toy market, particularly since she has the ability to befriend kids who have been through crises.
More has happened in the life of movie mogul Harvey Weinstein since “She Said” was released in the fall.
“I Wanna Dance With Somebody” won’t tarnish Houston’s reputation a bit. But it could prompt plenty of Google searches just to discover what it was that ended her life way too soon. She danced, all right. But with what?
The success of a musical screen biography depends on two factors – the actor’s ability to make audiences believe he or she is that person and the quality of the music.
Time hasn’t helped “Black Adam” any. In two months, it still seems like a repeat of other, more interesting superhero films.
Damien Chazelle did a fine job peering in at Hollywood in “La La Land.”
Just in time for that lull between holidays, several big films are hitting the DVD market. Most likely, they’ll figure into the Oscar race.
Childhood and Hollywood.
Make no mistake: “Avatar: The Way of Water” looks like a billion bucks.
Did “House of the Dragon” measure up?
Critically-acclaimed director Ron Howard chatted with the Sioux City Journal about how he worked to bring 2018 cave rescue to life on screen
Movie critic Bruce Miller says “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” is a cracklingly good mystery with layers of fun and an approach to parties…
“Glass Onion,” a whodunit mystery shot like an old-school thriller, is a dandy film – one of the year’s most entertaining.