The last thing you'll want to do after you've eaten half your body weight is move. Odds are, you'll be too stuffed on Thanksgiving to even think. These 10 acclaimed movies are all at least three hours long, giving you plenty of time to recover from your turkey coma.
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A faith film with an unexpected hero, an adaptation of a young adult novel and a reinvention of “Cinderella” lead new movies on DVD this week.
“Hotel Transylvania 2” targets kids and families this weekend, while “The Intern” goes after seniors. Here’s a look at this week’s new releases:
The popular app Angry Birds has been downloaded on virtually every phone on the planet and now the disgruntled fowls are headed for the big screen.
Sigourney Weaver, who starred in the original "Ghostbusters" movies, has joined the cast of Sony's femme reboot.
Writer-director Nancy Meyers' seniors-are-people-too comedy "The Intern" only does a few things well.
Baltasar Kormakur's "Everest," which opens Sept. 25, is a fact-based account of two 1996 expeditions that faced the immense physical dangers of climbing the iconic peak — their difficulties compounded by a furious storm. The filmmakers never found themselves in such jeopardy, but still encountered major technical hurdles.
Mobsters, mountain climbers, and teenage racers piled into multiplexes this weekend, lifting the overall box office, but preventing any one film from dominating ticket sales.
Three actors from the 1979 award-winning, coming-of-age bicycle movie, "Breaking Away," staged a reunion at Interbike and the film's 36-year-old clever lines were heard being uttered throughout the convention center ballroom.
"Goodfellas" is an enduring classic, yet hardly anyone knew when the Martin Scorsese-directed film was released on September 19, 1990, it would become as renowned as it is.
Not long into "Black Mass," director Scott Cooper's grim tale of Boston mobster James "Whitey" Bulger and his dealings with the FBI, I started trying to guess the fate of each new character as part of a game I called "Whacked or Not Whacked." Spoiler alert: The result was usually Whacked.
With M. Night Shyamalan’s "The Visit" being released, we're taking a moment to reflect on the Shyamalan library, beginning with the worst and working our way to his number one.
San Antonio police have arrested "Hobbit" and "Arrow" actor Manu Bennett on a misdemeanor assault charge while he attended the Alamo City Comic Con.
"The Jungle Book" is Disney's latest toon-turned-motion picture with a star-studded cast, including names like: Ben Kingsley (Bagheera), Scarlet Johansson (Kaa), Bill Murray (Baloo) and Idris Elba (Shere Khan).
The Academy has a bad habit of forgetting movies that open early in the year. Here are 13 films -- from the both indies and studios -- that opened this summer that deserve to be celebrated on the Oscars stage.
As Disney continues to reboot old animated favorites into live-action features, the studio is now looking to team with its "Into the Woods" helmer for a new take on one of its classic musicals.
Thriller "The Perfect Guy" narrowly beat out horror film "The Visit" for first place at the weekend box office, picking up a leading $26.7 million.
Flying for ANA, Japan's largest airline, the Star Wars R2-D2 plane is expected to begin flying in mid-October, as reported by the Seattle Times.
A plane crash during the shoot of Tom Cruise's movie "Mena" killed two and seriously injured a third person on Friday night in Medellin, Colombia.
This weekend you can either be scared by some senior citizens in "The Visit" or by a woman's hunky new lover in "The Perfect Guy." Here's a look at this week's new movies.
To the surprise of almost no one, M. Night Shyamalan has made 80, maybe 85 percent of an entertaining movie.
Ronda Rousey will reprise late actor Patrick Swayze's role in a remake of the 1980s cult classic, "Road House."
Hollywood is seeing a boom in movies, TV shows and reality series about transgender topics. To meet the demand, casting directors and producers are often going through unorthodox channels to find transgender talent - experienced or not.