Disney's latest epic, Frozen, is a real bargain: For the price of one ticket, you get two films, both of them pretty sweet.
Spike Lee's superfluous duplication of Oldboy brings to mind Samuel Johnson's famous 18th-century witticism, likening a woman preaching to a dog walking on its hind legs: "It is not done well; but you are surprised to find it done at all."
When she was young, Kasi Lemmons ritually attended Langston Hughes' Black Nativity, a gospel version of the Christmas story, every December at the Tremont Temple overlooking Boston Common. She recalls, "It was my Nutcracker Suite."
Universal Pictures has shut down production on Fast & Furious 7 indefinitely after the death of its star, Paul Walker.
We’re all pretty excited for the return of our favorite San Diego newscasters; and to our delight, Anchorman 2 is getting released earlier than originally expected.
A Christmas story about a mother long estranged from her parents, about her son who doesn't even know his grandma and grandpa, about hard times and near crimes, Black Nativity offers a whopping serving of Yuletide emotion. And it's a musical - with plenty of wailing and rapping on the side.
'A human interest story? I don't do those." So declares Martin Sixsmith (Steve Coogan), the haughty British newsman, a veteran political journalist and government spokesman who has just been fired and is looking for work.
Alvin Schwartz’s Scary Stories to Tell In the Dark left nearly the whole millennial generation psychologically scarred thanks to its disturbing illustrations and spooky tales. Now, like a fever dream, it’s back to terrorize us again—only this time, its live-action.