Often melodramatic and unapologetically goofy, Kingdom combines manga tropes with stylized fight scenes to make its subject matter entertaining.
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Powered by Chadha's energetic direction, Blinded by the Light overcomes its formulaic narrative to deliver an infectiously endearing experience.
A British-Pakistani Muslim teenager's life is changed after he discovers the music of Bruce Springsteen. The film is loosely based on Sarfraz Manzoor's acclaimed memoir Greetings from Bury Park: Ra...
Neill Blomkamp reveals he's no longer directing the sequel RoboCop Returns and is developing an original horror-thriller project, instead.
A new report reveals Universal's horror-thriller The Hunt was controversial long before it was cancelled, following the recent U.S. mass shootings.
Crazy Rich Asians star Henry Golding enters talks to play Snake Eyes in the upcoming G.I. Joe live-action movie spinoff about the character.
Paul Feig's rom-com Last Christmas features Henry Golding as a charming stranger - but he might not be an angel, as some are speculating.
The final trailer for Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance teases the scope and visuals of Netflix's prequel series to Jim Henson's cult fantasy classic.
Angry Birds Movie 2 has no delusions about it own slightness and makes up the difference with gleefully silly, yet unexpectedly clever cartoon mayhem.
Writers Josh Appelbaum and André Nemec (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) are developing a live-action G.I. Joe movie spinoff for Paramount and Hasbro.
Wondering what the new major film releases are this weekend? Curious if a recent movie is still playing in theaters? We got you covered.
Thanks to del Toro and Øvredal's combined efforts, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark does justice by the delightfully sinister books that inspired it.
Good intentions and Hodge's eloquent, stirring performance help to compensate for Brian Banks' shortcomings as a thinly-sketched inspirational biopic.
The Art of Racing in the Rain's main conceit wields mixed returns, resulting in a family dramedy that's whimsical and manipulative in equal measure.
Fueled by LaBeouf and Gottsagen's screen chemistry, The Peanut Butter Falcon makes for a charmingly funny and often touching adventure.
An All-American high school football star committed to USC finds his life upended when he is wrongly convicted of a crime he didn't commit in this true story-based drama. The film premiered at the ...