Despite being mostly panned by critics, Fox’s femme-targeted comedy “The Other Woman” proved funny enough for audiences, nabbing the No. 1 domestic spot at the box office with an estimated $24.7…
The Quiet Ones
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The lull before the summer box office storm begins next weekend sees a trio of modest newcomers bow nationwide Friday. Tracking in the mid-to-high teens, Fox’s femme-driven PG-13-rated comedy “The…
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There's little that's exactly new or fresh in Hammer Films' latest exercise in retro horror.
Sierra Pictures has come on to finance and produce the adaptation of the graphic novel “Ciudad,” with “The Quiet Ones” helmer John Pogue directing. The graphic novel was penned by “Captain America…
Ask a Neil Young fan to describe the keys to understanding his music, and one is likely to hear about his songwriting brilliance, his electric guitar heroics, his incisive views on the victories and…
This sprawling, highly fictional biopic of longtime White House butler Eugene Allen is at once gratuitously sentimental and genuinely rousing.
This demanding but highly absorbing two-hander showcases Benicio Del Toro and Mathieu Amalric at the top of their craft.
Some movies demand more than one opinion. In the new 3-View column, our trio of top critics take on divisive pics from conflicting angles.
Note: The following post contains SPOILERS about “The Walking Dead” season finale. If it spoils “The Bible” for you, odds are you never read the book. What will almost certainly be the two…
There are no easy rewards for the protagonist -- or indeed, the viewer -- of "It's All So Quiet," the austere but subtly powerful fifth feature of Dutch auteur Nanouk Leopold ("Wolfsbergen,"…