Director Edgar Wright and star Nick Frost talk about "World's End" and the end of the trilogy, started with "Shaun of the Dead."
42 does a respectable job of telling the story of Jackie Robinsons integration of major league baseball
It's a little scary to be so close to them. On more than one occasion, I was moved to duck, lest I be clobbered by another bold-faced declaration of love, plea for mercy, entreaty to God, or call to revolution.
Glaciers are shrinking so rapidly we might have to change the definition of the word "glacial."
Gary Thompson: In Skyfall, James Bond faces his deadliest adversary ever, and no, it's not Javier Bardem doing a goofball impersonation of albino hacker Julian Assange.
"I love Denzel because he never really lets you know exactly what he's up to," Flight director Robert Zemeckis says, laughing. His film opens in theaters this weekend.
Gary Thompson: The sex and nudity get the headlines, but the movie's most surprising relationship isn't between the man and his sex therapist.
Gary Thompson: Cloud Atlas is a daring daffy attempt by three directors to adapt David Mitchell's complex novel of souls searching through time and space for fulfillment.
Gary Thompson: By now, the issue of substance abuse is familiar enough that we know to look for warning signs.
Gary Thompson: "The Paperboy" gives you an idea what "The Help" might have been like had Lee Daniels directed it.