Film Review: Escobar: Paradise Lost

Naiveté meets evil in this interesting but uneven take on Pablo Escobar and his unlikely relationship with a credulous surfer dude.

Film Review: What Happened, Miss Simone?

A sublime artist gets her due in Liz Garbus' evisceratingly revealing portrait, which is one of the greatest, most watchable music bio-docs ever made.

Film Review: The Tribe

'The Tribe' is an ambitious film that takes risks from the first frame, but ultimately fails due to reasons unrelated to the challenges it posed for itself.
Cinemas News

Faith-based events boost Fathom box office

Three faith-based events—“The Drop Box,” which ranks third amongst Fathom Events’ top-performing events to date, “Four Blood Moons,” and “Patterns of Evidence”—helped drive Fathom’s first quarter of 2015 to be their most successful Q1 yet....

Studio Movie Grill signs with Vista Entertainment and Movio

Leading in-theatre dining circuit Studio Movie Grill (SMG) signed with Vista Group International companies Vista Entertainment Solutions (VES) and Movio to enhance its service offerings. Based in Dallas, Texas, SMG has more than 200 screens in over 20 locations across 10 states, with more...

Irwin Seating names Graham Irwin president and CEO

Graham Irwin was named president and CEO of 107-year-old, family-owned Irwin Seating Company. Current CEO Earle S. (Win) Irwin will remain active with the company as chairman of the board. The transition has been planned for several years and will be effective on July 1....
Blog Entries

'Jurassic World' takes a bite out of the box office for the third week running

A trash-talking teddy bear proved unfit competition for a squad of velociraptors as new release 'Ted 2' failed to oust 'Jurassic World' from the number one spot at the box office.

Will audiences bear up and see 'Ted 2'?

Seth MacFarlane's 'Ted' was an unexpected smash hit back in 2012, earning $549 million worldwide and breaking the record for highest-grossing original R-rated comedy. Will its sequel, 'Ted 2,' be able to live up to its predecessor?

Week in review: 6/22-6/26

Sony and Disney have selected their new Spider-Man: Tom Holland (left) of 'The Impossible' and TV's "Wolf Hall."
Movie News

'Steve Jobs' Trailer: "Artists Lead and Hacks Ask for a Show of Hands"

Michael Fassbender stars as the Apple co-founder in the Aaron Sorkin-written more

'Escobar' Star Benicio Del Toro on the Method, Playing Bad Guys and Considering TV and Broadway

The 48-year-old Oscar winner, who plays the Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar in the new film, tells THR, "Even when you’re ...

Hasbro's 'Monopoly' Movie Moves to Lionsgate

Andrew Niccol ('The Truman Show,' 'Gattaca,' 'The Terminal') will write the screenplay for the big-screen more
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