The efficient "Game Night," starring Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams as a competitive couple, is a comedy that knows when to quit.
Heather Graham's "Half Magic" is not half bad, but could have used a judicious edit.
In "The Party," Kristin Scott Thomas is a UK politician whose victory bash disintegrates into bashing.
Natalie Portman, Tessa Thompson, and Jennifer Jason Leigh are scientists investigating a creepy alien biodome in "Annihilation."
The myth that "black" movies don't play overseas died hard. It took a "Black Panther" to kill it.
Tessa Thompson talks about her new movie, "Annihilation," the forthcoming "Creed" sequel, and "Creed" buddies Ryan Coogler and Michael B. Jordan's new movie, "Black Panther."
'Detective Chinatown 2' and 'Double Lover'
Ryan Coogler makes a distinctly Afro-centric superhero movie that everyone can enjoy.
There are special screenings this week for a documentary about the dysfunctional child-support system in Philadelphia, 'Where's Daddy?, and the controversial Israeli movie
In 'Fifty Shades Freed,' the world's kinkiest movie couple is now married and bickering in their pajamas.
Thomas Middleditch is a depressed man who finds he's not ready to give up on life in the indie comedy 'Entanglement.'
Clint Eastwood casts the actual heroes who disarmed a terrorist on a French train in "15:17 to Paris."
Kobe Bryant wrote, produced and narrates 'Dear Basketball,' one of several Oscar-nominated short films released in theaters this week.
For one Bethlehem family, Clint Eastwood's '15:17 to Paris' is another reminder of how grateful they are to the three American men who stopped a terror attack and saved their lives.
Movies from Steven Spielberg, Steven Soderbergh, Ava DuVernay, and Wes Anderson highlight the spring movie schedule.
"Silver Linings Playbook" argues that being a member of Eagles nation is a force for good. Looking around the city this week, who could argue?
THE UNSINKABLE sports-underdog formula, legendary Eagles folklore, the crackerjack visuals of NFL Films - all add up to just enough in "Invincible."
Diane Kruger won a well-deserved best actress award for her work as a woman made a widow by a terrorist bombing in "In The Fade."
The set-in-Arabia animated epic 'Bilal: A New Breed of Hero' is the the work of a new animation studio, and the growing pains show.
That flaming demon at the end of so many Hollywood blockbusters needs to be extinguished.