Denis Villeneuve takes over for Ridley Scott in "Blade Runner 2049" and delivers a sequel that understands and honors the original, while giving fans an experience that feels new and unique.
We talk to "Blade Runner 2049" director Denis Villeneuve about the challenge of honoring the original while creating something new.
'Battle of the Sexes,' the story of the culturally epic tennis match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs, has some fun moments but few surprises.
Tom Cruise plays subversively off his own image to play a CIA asset and drug smuggler in Doug Liman's darkly funny 'American Made.'
Judi Dench, playing an aging queen whose dying days are enlivened by an Indian servant (Ali Fazal), is the reason to see the the fact-based 'Victoria and Abdul'
Benn Stiller is a self-doubting dad taking his son on a college tour in 'Brad's Status,' a movie that tries to dive deeply into the problems of a man who doesn't have them.
Jake Gyllenhall and Tatiana Maslany give top-notch performances in 'Stronger," the story Bostom Marathon bombing survivor Jeff Bauman.
'Kingsman: The Golden Circle' has more CGI, more stars, and more cameos than the original, but not all of the charm.
What's playing at movie theaters this autumn.
In 'Home Again,' a woman (Reese Witherspoon) separates from her husband and moves to Los Angeles, where life is made interesting by the three bachelors living in her guest house.
One word to describe 'It,' a movie about a homicidal clown lurking in a sewer: draining.
"Home Again" producer Nancy Meyers, who fell in love with movies watching them at the old Waverly Theater in Drexel Hill, has become one of the most successful female filmmakers of all time.
For Philly native and child star Jaeden Lieberher, who's working mostly with adults on screen, the horror movie "It" was his first chance to be a kid.
'Crown Heights' is the true story a man who devotes his life to freeing a friend wrongly imprisoned for murder.
Summer 2017 was a terrible season at the box office, but there were some heartening exceptions.
British actor/comedians Rob Brydon and Steve Coogan once again play fictionalized versions of themselves as competitive friends in "The Trip to Spain."
'Ingrid Goes West' is a shrewd and inventive satire of the way social media both describes and distorts the lives of users.
"Twilight" star Robert Pattinson goes against type as a small-time hood in the grungy microbudget heist movie "Good Time."