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Reviews

Film Review: Mother's Day

Garry Marshall’s latest star-studded, holiday-themed movie mash-up finds material for shtick in the various configurations of modern motherhood.

Film Review: The Man Who Knew Infinity

Srinivasa Ramanujan battles poverty and racism on his way to mathematical breakthroughs in this stately, lifeless biopic.

Film Review: The Family Fang

Highly original dark comedy about brain-dead performance artists and the lasting effect they’ve had on their adult children.
Cinemas News

CineEurope to honor Cineplexx's Christian Langhammer

Christian Langhammer, founder of Cineplexx International GmbH,will be honored with CineEurope’s 2016 “International Exhibitor of the Year Award” on June 23 at the Centre Convencions Internacional Barcelona (CCIB) in Barcelona, Spain....

Steve Bunnell to join Regal Entertainment Group

Steve Bunnell will join Regal Entertainment Group as senior VP and chief content and programming officer. Bunnell most recently served as executive VP and general sales manager of Universal Pictures Theatrical Distribution. Prior to that, he served as executive VP of global content programming...

Barco names Jan De Witte as CEO-designate

Barco appointed Jan De Witte, a former corporate officer of the General Electric Company, as CEO-designate, replacing retiring CEO Eric Van Zele. De Witte will join Barco’s core leadership team in June and will effectively take over as CEO on Oct. 1....
Blog Entries

New releases flounder as ‘The Jungle Book’ remains on top

It was a quiet weekend at the box office, with 'The Jungle Book' leading the pack for the third week running and the trio of new releases failing to make waves.

What should I see this weekend?: 4/29-5/1

What’s worth your time on the last weekend before Captain America: Civil War storms the box office? Let our reviewers help you out....

‘The Jungle Book’ settles in for one more pre-'Civil War' week at #1

Cry ‘havoc’ and let slip the dogs of war - summer movie season is almost upon us. But before Captain America: Civil War gets things going on May 6th, we have one more weekend for non-superhero...
Movie News

AMC Will Not Allow Texting During Movies "in the Foreseeable Future"

The CEO of the theater chain had recently said he was open to exploring the idea of allowing texting at some theaters.read more

'The Jungle Book': How Jon Favreau Juggled Walt Disney's Legacy and Digital Effects That Go Beyond 'Avatar'

For the latest incarnation of the Rudyard Kipling tale, the 'Iron Man' director breaks new ground in a $175 million film that ...

How Demetri Martin Mixes Death Drawings, Deadpan One-Liners and Kevin Kline in His First Movie (Q&A)

The heartfelt dramedy 'Dean' -- premiering Saturday at the Tribeca Film Festival -- marks the stand-up comedian's directorial ...
Industry Associations

NATO

News, statistics and publications from the National Association of Theatre Owners, the world's largest exhibition trade organization.

MPAA

Information on the ratings system, legislative news and press releases from the Motion Picture Association of America.

NAC

Education programs, services and news from the National Association of Concessionaires.

ICTA

Learn about the latest technological advances for the motion picture theatre industry from the International Cinema Technology Association.