It’s becoming more and more difficult to figure out whether the producers of “Homeland” have some sort of oracle on their writing staff or are simply the beneficiaries of some remarkable coincidences.
Not only is “Fifty Shades Freed” expected to spank the competition at this weekend’s box office, it will tie up the loose ends on an era of moviemaking.
I’m not certain if “Fifty Shades Freed” is marginally better than its predecessors, or if I’ve just grown accustomed to the awfulness of these movies.
The 14th installment of the annual fest will take place Thursday through Sunday.
“Family Guy” and “Airwolf” debuted there, and “Grey’s Anatomy” used it to make you fall in love with Kyle Chandler only to have him explode.
The new horror movie “Winchester” is “inspired” by the haphazard, supposedly haunted mansion built by firearms heiress Sarah Winchester, who’s played by Helen Mirren.
In celebration of Groundhog Day, and the 25th anniversary of “Groundhog Day,” here are some of the movie scenes you see over and over.
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.