This uniquely intertwined dual portrait of a country music icon and his Jewish-Canadian promoter should attract a diverse audience.
A thought-provoking concept gets flat-footed execution in this drama about a Capture the Flag game gone wrong.
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Disney said during its third quarter fiscal earnings call that it expects to lose between $160 million and $190 million from the disappointing performance of “The Lone Ranger.” The charges will be…
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Russia needs its own John McClane movie the way Uncle Sam needs a bright red babushka, and this subpar sequel feels suspiciously like someone tried to plug McClane into a preexisting, Moscow-set…
The act of photography and the role it plays in how people and places are remembered is elegantly examined in "36."
Of the three young actors headlining the acclaimed teen phenomenon "The Hunger Games," Josh Hutcherson boasts the most industry experience.
A brazenly foul-mouthed but ultimately soft-hearted comedy of bad manners.
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