"Magic Mike XXL" comes up a little short compared with the original, director Steven Soderbergh's blithe and bonny Channing Tatum showcase inspired by Tatum's salad days as a male stripper. This time the jokes are heavier, more on-the-nose, though a surprising percentage of them work anyway.
Humanity gets a do-over in "Terminator Genisys," the fifth in the franchise begun in 1984 with "The Terminator." But this screwy revision of the previous "Terminator" movies is so muddled and yakky, you may find yourself rooting for the apocalypse. At one point Arnold Schwarzenegger is thrown through...
The big noise from this year's Sundance Film Festival, "Me and Earl and the Dying Girl" is a weaselly liar of a movie. (It's also good.) It comes on full of self-deprecating bluster, professing no interest in jerking tears a la "The Fault in Our Stars," as it lays out its tale of a Pittsburgh high...
"A Little Chaos" is all too tidy as it imposes a predictable, pat modern sensibility on a most unconvincing depiction of late 17th-century French aristocratic life, with Kate Winslet starring as a green-thumbed widow hired to design part of the gardens at Versailles for Alan Rickman's Louis XIV....
Bathroom humor meets courtroom drama in "Ted 2," Seth MacFarlane's sequel to the hit 2012 comedy about a hard-living, foul-mouthed teddy bear brought to life by a wish from his best buddy, John (Mark Wahlberg).
The next spy film in the "Bourne" franchise has tracked down another cast member in Tommy Lee Jones, thus avoiding a search of every gas station, residence, warehouse, farmhouse, henhouse, outhouse and doghouse in Hollywood.
Rolling Stones songwriter and lead guitarist Keith Richards is the subject of a new documentary, “Keith Richards: Under the Influence,” coming to Netflix in September in conjunction with the release of his first solo album in more than 20 years.
Richard Linklater's next film, a to-be-titled baseball comedy that has been described as a spiritual sequel to "Dazed and Confused," will hit theaters April 15, Paramount Pictures announced Monday.
Towson University graduate Amy Schumer tweeted early this morning that her "heart is broken" over the Thursday night shooting in Lafayette, La.
Daniel Craig is back as secret agent 007, as James Bond prepares to return to cinemas later in the year in 'SPECTRE.' (Reuters)