The pleasures of Jane Austen and the horrors of the British slave trade make a surprisingly elegant fit in Amma Asante's handsome period piece.
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Vivian Qu makes a well-lensed but dramatically underpowered debut with this low-key Nanjing-shot noir.
This sprawling, highly fictional biopic of longtime White House butler Eugene Allen is at once gratuitously sentimental and genuinely rousing.
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Square Enix is moving forward with a sequel to its reboot of the “Tomb Raider” videogame franchise. The publisher said Thursday in a blog post that “I am also excited to reveal that we are well into…
Your monthly rent is probably scarier than this truly vacant thriller from writer-director Michael Taverna.
Just days after revealing “The Avengers: Age of Ultron” as the name of “The Avengers” sequel during Marvel’s Comic-Con panel on July 20, Joss Whedon has given fans a little more to get excited about…
The CEO and founder of Aereo suggested that lawmakers will step in if TV networks follow through with threats to move programming from the free airwaves to cable TV as a response to courts allowing…
Andrew Douglas' fact-based account of teen violence is salaciously watchable but finally hokey.
A U.S. International Trade Commission judge last week ruled that Netflix did not infringe a Rovi patent covering parental controls for TV user interfaces, with hundreds of millions of dollars in…
A sloppy, sophomoric, sometimes awfully funny horror-comedy hybrid.
John Krokidas' first feature feels adventurous yet somewhat hemmed-in as it imagines a vortex of jealousy, obsession and murder that engulfed Allen Ginsberg, William S. Burroughs and Jack Kerouac in…