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Right now there’s enough debt, toil and trouble afoot to upend the film and streaming industries twice over. Cineworld, owner of the nation’s number two multiplex chain Regal, flirts with … more
“Top Gun: Maverick” is top five. The high-flying blockbuster on Monday became the fifth-highest grossing movie domestically of all time, moving ahead of Marvel’s 2018 hit “Black … more
Loosely inspired by the Mel Brooks’ 1974 groundbreaking comedy classic “Blazing Saddles” (and originally titled “Blazing Samurai”) and set in a mythical Japan inhabited mostly by cats, the … more
Marvel’s latest “Thor” film continued its heroics at the box office, adding $46 million in North America over the weekend to lead all movies. It’s the second consecutive box office ... more
Oh. Em. Gee. The “Barbie” movie doesn’t come out until next summer, but people are already freaking out while the Warner Bros. feature – starring Margot Robbie as Barbie and Ryan Gosling as ... more
You can’t help but be charmed by the current of weirdness that washes through the computer-animated “Despicable Me” franchise.Take, for instance, “Minions: The Rise of Gru” – the … more
Why hasn’t there been a great Elvis biopic yet? Well, Austin Butler wasn’t around to star as the King of Rock 'n' Roll. At the center of Baz Luhrmann’s sprawling pop epic “Elvis,” a film as … more
We've nearly reached 2022's halfway point, and at the movies it's shaping up to be a pretty special year, with new and veteran voices chiming in with films worthy of celebration.Hollywood is … more
Even as a famously devout Catholic, Mark Wahlberg had never been pitched a faith-based feature until “Father Stu,” a study of a wild and crazy guy who found his calling late in life as a … more
An old-school, slow-burn, take-your-time spy thriller, "All the Old Knives" is the kind of made-for-adults drama that has mostly been squeezed to the edges of cinema in the wake of modern Hollywood's … more
Michelle Yeoh is everywhere.Hot off the limited release and fast approaching the wide release of her latest project, "Everything Everywhere All at Once," the  Malaysian actor has been promoting … more
For decades, series creators have been tripping over “The Wire” and its first wave of imitators, trying to recapture a strand or two of that inspired Baltimore mosaic’s scope and impact. … more
He came to us fully formed, a man. There were no weird childhood moments or awkward teenage years with Bruce Willis. By the time he was introduced to us on TV's "Moonlighting," he was already 30 … more
Director Michael Bay’s “Ambulance” celebrates Los Angeles as a shining city build on a cloverleaf of speed, concrete, yelling, automatic gunfire (sorry, pal, not in the mood) and … more
"Întregalde" is the name of a stretch of Romanian countryside, a world of muddy roads, gnarled trees, a few scattered villages and — though we never see them — hungry wolves and … more
At the beginning of "Everything Everywhere All at Once," the camera creeps slowly toward a circular mirror — an apt start for a movie that will soon whoosh its characters through one looking … more
Having seen and enjoyed all the Spider-Man films (old and new) as well as the two Venom movies, I had some idea of what to expect from Morbius despite not having a deep knowlege of the character from … more
Legendary "Die Hard" and "Pulp Fiction" actor Bruce Willis has ended his more than four-decade acting career after being diagnosed with a cognitive  disorder, his family said. The 67-year-old … more
Some like it really hot. “Blonde,” the long-awaited Marilyn Monroe biopic starring Ana de Armas, will reportedly serve as Netflix’s first original film to be rated NC-17. The … more
Forty-two years ago a little-known, 30-something actor named Steven Spielberg played a Cook County Assessor clerk in “The Blues Brothers.” He had a few lines, such as “Can I help … more
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