Film Review: Deepwater Horizon

Adrenalized account of 2010 oilrig explosion works best as an effects-laden disaster pic, less well as human drama.

Film Review: American Honey

A freewheeling, immersive slice of Americana that introduces Sasha Lane in a star-making performance in the role of a teenager with big dreams. 'American Honey' finds poetry in loosely joined moments and earns its sumptuous running time.

Film Review: The Dressmaker

Kate Winslet’s outfits—but not much else—shine in this tonally jarring revenge thriller/dark comedy/small-town drama/murder mystery/… pseudo-western?
Cinemas News

Lin-Manuel Miranda leads campaign to revitalize Washington Heights movie palace

Hamilton creator and star Lin-Manuel Miranda is continuing his longstanding support of movies at the United Palace in New York City’s Washington Heights with a $100K donation for a new DCP projection system that will produce a Hollywood-quality image. He will debut the new projector on Oct. 16...

Rajkumar Akella of comScore to receive MPA Asia-Pacific Educator Award

Rajkumar Akella, managing director, theatrical, India, at comScore will receive the MPA Asia-Pacific Copyright Educator Award at the CineAsia Awards Ceremony on Dec. 8 at the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong....

IMAX and 20th Century Fox expand partnership

Re-upping their existing long-term partnership, IMAX Corporation and Twentieth Century Fox signed a new multi-picture agreement including four key future tentpoles from the Fox slate. The deal includes Maze Runner: The Death Cure, Predator, Alita: Battle Angel and the studio’s untitled Marvel...
Blog Entries

Zurich Film Festival showcases bold voices with 'Lady Macbeth,' 'I Am Not Madame Bovary,' 'A Taste of Ink'

My final two days at the Zurich Film Festival was marked by an unintentional double bill of movies inspired by scandalous ladies of literature: William Oldroyd’s 'Lady Macbeth' and Xiaogang Feng’s 'I Am Not Madame Bovary.' Toss those two in with my final film of the fest, Morgan Simon’s 'A Taste of Ink,' and it’s fair to say that my time at the Zurich Film Festival ended on a high note.

'From Bowery to Hollywood' at Film Forum revisits vaudeville's glory days

In its heyday the most popular form of show business in the country, vaudeville not only influenced a generation of performers, it helped define entertainment itself for the 20th century....

'Nocturama,' 'Dancer' impress at the Zurich Film Festival

From September 22-October 2, the 2016 edition of the Zurich Film Festival has as its mission bringing the best in cinema from around the world, both independent and major releases, to one of Europe’s most gorgeous cities.
Movie News

Dan Brown’s ‘Da Vinci Code’ Hero in New Novel ‘Origin’

The book publishes Sept. 26, more

'Max Steel' Movie Loses Appeal for Kid-Friendly PG Rating

The sci-fi superhero film film chronicles the adventures of teenager Max McGrath and is based on action figures by toy maker ...

Valiant Entertainment Releases Glimpse at First Live-Action Project

The official announcement of the digital series will be made at New York Comic Con in more
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