As a bored baker with an overactive imagination, the wonderful French actor Fabrice Luchini is the only reason to see "Gemma Bovery," a mildly amusing riff on Flaubert. His character's baguettes, brioches and croissants have far more substance than this Gallic piffle's day-old satire.
Last year, in the Bill Murray vehicle "St. Vincent," Melissa McCarthy did something she'd never done before in the movies. She did less.
The French film "In the Name of My Daughter" is based on a tricky real-life story. It's even trickier to write about without giving away spoilers, if that's even the right word for details that are revealed about actual events.
Our attraction to the movies starts from simple building blocks: a face, a heart-wrenching separation, a pratfall. But here are two simple pleasures I defy anyone to argue against.
There's no successful formula for the extraction of a stand-alone movie from the mines of a recently departed TV series. If there were, that second "Sex and the City" film and last year's Kickstarter-funded "Veronica Mars" wouldn't have turned out galling and forgettable, respectively.
The first trailer for the final installation in the "Hunger Games" movie franchise is out. So ready your Katniss Everdeen braids, the "Hunger Games" are almost over.
Christopher Lee, an actor who brought dramatic gravitas and aristocratic bearing to screen villains from Dracula to the wicked wizard Saruman in "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy, has died at age 93.
The AFI's annual documentary film festival, previously known as Silver Docs, takes place in Downtown D.C. and at the AFI Silver Theatre and Cultural Center in Silver Spring June 17-21. It features more than 40 full-length documentaries on such varied topics as the rise and fall of Tower Records...
If Kevin Hart's not in a movie, he's on a TV series. If he's not hosting an award show, he's presenting at one. If he's not hitting the late-night talk show circuit, he's hosting the Justin Bieber Comedy Central roast. Not to mention his "Saturday Night Live" appearances, comedy tours and attempts...
Open Road Films has acquired all U.S. distribution rights to Marlon Wayans' spoof "Fifty Shades of Black" and set a January 29 release date.