The one New Year's resolution our critic always fail to keep, despite good intentions: no major spoilers.
"Den of Thieves" is a heist movie that itself steals from movies like "Heat" - but that's meant to be part of the fun.
Alex Roe plays a debauched country singer who tries to recover in his hometown, where the locals remember how he ditched his high school sweetheart (Jessica Rothe) in the twangy romance 'Forever My Girl.'
Chris Hemsworth, Michael Pena, and Michael Shannon star in '12 Strong,' the true story of special forces who worked with Northern Alliance fighters to beat back the Taliban in the early days of the war in Afghanistan.
Rob Riggle drew on his own experiences as a Marine serving in Afghanistan for the movie "12 Strong."
Daniel Day-Lewis plays an eccentric dress designer who meets his match in Paul Thomas Anderson's kinky love story 'Phantom Thread.'
"Phantom Thread" is famous as the movie that prompted Daniel Day-Lewis to say he's going to retire, but director Paul Thomas Anderson wants people to know it's funny, too.
Steven Spielberg had Ambler native Josh Singer hopping on the set of "The Post," delivering new pages of dialogue to Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep daily.
'The Post' is Steven Spielberg's brisk, glossy account of the Washington Post publishing the Pentagon Papers and telling the Nixon administration to stuff it.
Christian Bale is a racist Cavalry officer assigned to protect a dying Indian (West Studi) in 'Hostiles.'
In Ridley Scott's fact-based "All the Money in the World," criminals kidnap a grandson of billionaire oilman J. Paul Getty, played by Christopher Plummer.
In "Molly's Game," writer-director Aaron Sorkin tells the true story of Molly Bloom, who for years ran an illegal poker ring for Hollywood celebrities.
Aaron Sorkin talks about writing and directing "Molly's Game," the true story of a woman (played by Jessica Chastain) who ran a poker ring for Hollywood A-listers.
Margot Robbie talks about producing and starring in "I, Tonya" the story of disgraced figure skater Tonya Harding.
"All the Money in the World" director Ridley Scott talks about replacing Kevin Spacey with Christopher Plummer and saving his movie.
Matt Damon plays a man who shrinks himself down to a few inches and moves to a purported tiny-town paradise in 'Downsizing.'
Timothee Chalamet finds himself attracted to a visiting student (Armie Hammer) in the coming-of-age movie 'Call Me By Your Name.'
Margot Robbie stars as disgraced, abused figure skater Tonya Harding in 'I Tonya.'
In "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle" four teens find themselves in a video game, appearing as characters who are their real-life opposites. Costarring Kevin Hart and Dwayne Johnson.
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