"Now pay attention, because I'm about to tell you the secret of life." These would be hard opening lines for any film to live up to, but when spoken at the beginning of "The Choice" — the latest, and…
"Pride and Prejudice and Zombies" is in fact a moderately entertaining film, not deficient in old-fashioned costume drama when it pleases, nor in the power of being clever where it chooses.
The film's cute flourishes and gamely broad performances from Taron Egerton (as Edwards) and Hugh Jackman (as his fictional coach) could make it a sentimental success for family audiences.
The Grammy Awards are coming to Chinese computers and phones for the first time next month, with the Recording Academy minting an agreement with LeEco's live-streaming service LeMusic to stream the…
"Newtown," Kim A. Snyder's documentary on the aftermath of the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings, is not an explicitly political film.
Every musical genre needs a ground zero. It may not be its exact point of origin, but it's the time and place at which all of the possibilities and future branches seem to coalesce, with the…
For three of the four big kudocasts, every year prompts a fresh round of speculation as to who will host the next installment, followed by intense scrutiny of the host's various failings. For the…
"The Finest Hours" tells the story of a little-known yet fairly incredible 1950s rescue mission, in which a four-man band of Coast Guard troops went above and beyond the call of duty, steering out…
Music publisher the Bicycle Music Company has entered into an exclusive worldwide publishing agreement with the Estate of George Harrison, the company announced. Deal will cover several of Harrison's…
On the surface, "Diablo" would seem to have all of the proper ingredients for a rollicking retro Western, yet its sights are set a bit higher.
"I'm not an auteur director," says Alex Garland, who last year made the transition from screenwriter-novelist to writer-director with "Ex Machina," a probing, slippery technological morality play…