"Man of Steel," "This Is the End," "The Bling Ring" and other new U.S. releases reviewed.
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For the second time, Disney kickstarts the summer box office a week early internationally with a Marvel property — this time, “Iron Man 3.” Last year, Disney gave “The Avengers” an overseas…
The large-scale destructiveness he has previously wreaked upon public and private property (including entire cities), Michael Bay visits on the human body in "Pain & Gain," a pulverizing steroidal…
A pulverizing steroidal farce based on a bizarre-but-true kidnapping-and-murder case
In "Awful Nice," the (nearly) lost art of physical comedy makes a roaring resurgence, courtesy of two belligerent brothers who tussle their way through their father's funeral, argue all the way to…
Aimed squarely at auds seeking family-friendly, holiday-themed entertainment, "When Angels Sing" is an innocuously pleasant trifle that likely would be more at home in the Hallmark Movie Channel…
Unimaginable to most non-residents, the paranoia that is part of living in South Africa is realized with subtle specificity in "Layla Fourie," the third feature from Johannesburg-born helmer Pia…
Hollywood event producers are often creatures of habit when booking award season shindigs
It's fitting that a seventh "Star Wars" movie, a sequel to "The Avengers," and a Pixar toon will unspool in theaters in 2015, the same year that Robert Iger is skedded to step down as chairman-CEO of…
Big Bird is in the crosshairs of this year's presidential campaign, but the bigger victim may be the public's perception of what is "fair use."
Jang Jin, one of South Korea's best scripters ("The Spy," "Ditto," "Someone Special"), takes on an ambitious undertaking, with mixed results, in "Good Morning President."
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