Luc Besson’s “Lucy” proved mind can overpower muscle, topping a remake of “Hercules” by director Brett Ratner at the box office on the weekend.
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Starting July 1, Netflix is dropping over 70 titles from its streaming service and there are some real gems that will no longer be available to stream.
Scouring that behemoth that is the Netflix library for something worthwhile to watch? Look no further. These movies are all incredible stories packed full of powerful messages.
The fourth installment in filmmaker Michael Bay’s morphing robots series earned $100 million in North America during its opening weekend, making it the biggest debut for a movie this year.
Looking for movies to watch together on date night? We know it can be hard to find a romantic comedy that both guys and girls enjoy. That’s why we have come up with some excellent choices that have something both of you should like.
You’re reading this because Paramount wouldn’t show me “Transformers: Age of Extinction.” That’s not necessarily a bad thing, considering there’s virtually no way Michael Bay’s latest toy catalog could be as distinctive or surprising as the indie comedy, “Obvious Child.”
From July 5-Sept. 1, “Frozen Summer Fun Live!” will bring to life the world of royal sisters Anna and Elsa and their fairy tale kingdom of Arendelle to Hollywood Studios.
After the United States’ intense loss to Germany, but advancement to the next round, here are three soccer to calm the nerves and uplift the spirit.
Here’s a look at this week’s new movies: “The German Doctor,” “Obvious Child,” “Transformers: Age of Extinction” and “Under the Electric Sky.”
“Under the Electric Sky” follows a Texas college student, a group of friends from Massachusetts, long-distance lovers, a man in a wheelchair, an engaged couple and a “rave family” as they travel to Las Vegas for the 2013 Electric Daisy Carnival.
Gary Oldman has apologized for defending fellow actors Mel Gibson and Alec Baldwin from critics of their controversial remarks about Jews and gays.
The first teaser for the new “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1” has hit the Web, and it gives nothing relating to new footage from the film, but it provides a lot by way of the story.
“Star Wars” creator George Lucas announced Tuesday that he has picked Chicago to host his much-anticipated museum of art and movie memorabilia, in a major victory for the nation’s third-largest city.
A recent fan-generated poll on www.rottentomatoes.com indicates that of the 10 most-anticipated movies this summer, six are sequels. With that in mind, here are three sequels that somehow managed to live up to the considerable hype.
June is about to wrap up and that means it’s time to look forward to July releases, which is usually a huge month for studio tent poles, but this July is a bit of a let- down.
The Las Vegas ensemble comedy “Think Like a Man Too” topped a slow weekend at the summer box office with $30 million, besting blockbuster holdovers from last week and Clint Eastwood’s new Four Seasons musical “Jersey Boys.”
Erich Bergen had the last laugh. Or maybe it was Clint Eastwood.
It’s no secret that some of the ratings decisions from the MPAA can leave you scratching your head. We want to break down some movies that have nearly identical content but completely different ratings.
When he’s in Las Vegas, “Think Like a Man Too” star Romany Malco says he prefers “a really nice turndown service” to a night in the clubs.
In “Think Like a Man Too,” Friday’s other big release, one of the characters suggests that, instead of a wild bachelor party, everyone should make better use of the Strip and just go see “Jersey Boys.” Smart man.
Two of the major plot turns in “The Signal” — a good-looking sci-fi thriller with more fashion sense than brains — hinge on misdirection involving simple arithmetic and spelling.
It’s a small performance in a small film. But there are enough moments to let the “Twilight” star’s talent sparkle like a certain vampire in the sunlight.
With the weekend quickly approaching and the new releases in theaters leaving a little something to be desired, we thought we’d introduce you to some great flicks on Netflix.