Mark Wahlberg battles a phalanx of assassins to escort a man (Iko Uwais) to safety in the brutal and rather ugly 'Mile 22.'
Albert Hughes directs the old-fashioned, family-friendly survival epic Alpha, about a young man who learns to survive with the help of a wolf.
Chloe Moretz stars as a young gay woman sent to a Christian camp designed to push her into a hetero-normative life.
The frothy rom com 'Crazy Rich Asians' sometimes feels like mostly foam, but it's helped by strong performances from stars Constance Wu and Michelle Yeoh.
Jason Statham battles a gigantic prehistoric shark that turns out not to be prehistoric in 'The Meg.'
Philly native Steve Alten talks about writing 'The Meg" and following its 20-year journey to the big screen.
'BlacKkKlansman' is Spike Lee's strange but true story of a black officer who infiltrated and disrupted a Ku Klux Klan chapter in Colorado.
'Puzzle' stars Kelly Macdonald as a homemaker who sense of self changes when she discovers her amazing ability to solve jigsaw puzzles.
'BlacKkKlansman' star John David Washington on the possibility of topping dad Denzel at the box office.
Lauren Greenfield's documentary sequel to 'Queen of Versailles' lacks its focus and substance.
In the shot-in-Philadelphia 'Night Comes On,' two sisters separated by foster care reunite for an important road trip to the Jersey Shore.
The caper comedy 'The Spy Who Dumped Me' manages to make Kate McKinnon seem not that funny.
"Mission: Impossible - Fallout" star Angela Bassett talks about her stellar career, and making movies that mean something.
The Sundance hit 'Blindspotting' stars Daveed Diggs as a Oakland parolee trying to stay out of trouble, and getting little help from his reckless best friend.
Bo Burnham, who became a teen star via self-made internet videos, drew on those experiences for the coming of age comedy 'Eighth Grade.'
A teen girl is the hilariously unreliable online narrator of her own life in 'Eighth Grade'
Old-school stunt work helps make 'Mission: Impossible Fallout' standout action movies in a summer of digital fakery.
Diggs and costar/good friend Rafael Casal stopped by Philadelphia to talk about their new movie, "Blindspotting.'"