"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).
In its previous 14 animated movies, Pixar has explored many imaginative worlds: one populated by anthropomorphic automobiles, another where a rat cooks haute cuisine, yet another where humans have trashed the planet and retreated into mindless consumption. But the studio's latest feature, "Inside...
Sundance is some pusher.
In the tasteful, slightly clenched new version of "Testament of Youth," you sense the filmmakers struggling with how much, or how little, to acknowledge the pacifist ideals that guided author Vera Brittain's 1933 memoir of World War I as she pulled the book from her own experience.
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)
Ticket prices hit a record high as summer movies like "Jurassic World" and "Avengers: Age of Ultron" packed in crowds at the multiplexes.
Dancing fireflies, quivering pine trees, a racing river — if Pixar made its own version of the BBC documentary "Planet Earth," it might look something like the animation studio's nature-driven new trailer for "The Good Dinosaur."
In its latest bid to leverage its animated movies of yesteryear, Disney is looking to unsheathe a live-action remake of its 1963 fantasy "The Sword in the Stone." The studio has enlisted "Game of Thrones" screenwriter Bryan Cogman to pen the script for the project, which is in the early stages...