Coming up is a reboot of Cinemax’s sex-and-explosions action series “Strike Back” (10 p.m. Friday), a little more than two years after its finale.
If you were upset by the character arc of Oscar nominee Sam Rockwell’s racist cop in “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” you might want to steer clear of “Hostiles.”
At this rate, we’re probably no more than five years away from Netflix livestreaming the entire Sundance Film Festival.
Much like the illegal fireworks that terrify your dog every Fourth of July and New Year’s Eve, reality shows tend to burn bright and fast.
The Chris Hemsworth-led picture feels like a half dozen or more recent war movies, which is what you can imagine the heads of various Hollywood studios saying —until producer Jerry Bruckheimer pleaded something along the lines of, “But, wait! This time there are horses!”
You might want to grab a Red Bull on your way into the theater for this coming-of-age romance.
After Oprah Winfrey’s soaring Golden Globes speech, deciding whether she’d want to subject herself to running for the presidency is the hard part.
“The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story” is inherently more interesting than its acclaimed predecessor, “The People vs. O.J. Simpson.”
You wouldn’t expect a movie that relies on pay phones, typewriters and Linotype to be the timeliest entry of the awards season.
Hedy Lamarr was one of the most beautiful women in the world and served as the physical inspiration for Snow White and Catwoman.