Time for a tune-up: In Edgar Wright's kinetic 'Baby Driver," the world's greatest getaway driver (Ansel Elgort) can't be stopped when the music is right.
ATLANTA (AP) - They had a long way to go and a short time to get there, but hundreds of fans in Trans Ams have put the hammer down and made it to Atlanta to celebrate the 40th anniversary of "Smokey and the Bandit."
Sofia Coppola talks about her award-winning remake of 'The Beguiled,' and about sharing screen space at movie theaters with her mom.
For director Edgar Wright, the journey to 'Baby Driver' - his ode to music, cars and American movies - started in Philadelphia.
'Chasing Trane: The John Coltrane Documentary' examines the source of the jazz great's unique music, including the influence of his important years playing jazz in Philadelphia.
Sam Elliott plays a beloved iconic western actor with a big voice and an even bigger mustache in 'The Hero.' He must have nailed the audition.
The new Coltrane documentary 'Chasing Trane' explores the jazz great's career including his important years in Philadelphia, where footage was shot at the John Coltrane House on N. 33rd, now a National Historic Landmark.
Anthony Hopkins joins the fray in Michael Bay's 'Transformers: The Last Knight,' but doesn't elevate the level of drama in Bay's latest ear-splitting robot fighting opera.
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COMING THIS WEEK
By Gary Thompson
Transformers: The Last Knight. Opens Wednesday. Mark Wahlberg, Anthony Hopkins, and Josh Duhamel participate in another battle among gigantic robots. From Michael Bay. PG-13
This week, Wonder Woman becomes the most successful live-action movie directed by a woman, and Band Aid becomes the first release made by a nearly all-female crew - signs of overdue change in the industry.
Scarlett Johansson joins top female talent from 'SNL' and 'Broad City' in 'Rough Night,' a raunchy comedy about a bachelorette weekend gone horribly wrong.
Bruce Willis is a washed-up private eye in Once Upon a TIme in Venice, contending with cartels and dog-nappers, but his big problem in this leaden action comedy is the dull and derivative script.
When Manhattan prosecutors targeted a family-owned Chinatown community bank in a dubious fraud case, they picked on the wrong family, as we see in Steve James' engaging new documentary 'Abacus: Small Enough to Jail.'
Sparks fly when an earnest message therapist (Salma Hayek) ends up at a dinner of plutocrats in 'Beatriz at Dinner,' a movie that has the cross-class conversation so rare in movies, and in balkanized America.