Director Garry Marshall Assembles Another All-Star Cast in the Comedy Mother’s Day

Talent and a twist or two: Mother’s Day comes to theaters with a cast that suggests a huge “wanna see” if only for the array of A-listers director Garry Marshall

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Kitten, Please: the Tale of the Purloined Puss. Keanu

First, there’s the matter of the film’s title, Keanu, and the rumor that the film was in fact a parody of John Wick, an action feature starring the human version of Kea

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Hardcore Henry All Action, All the Time

Theme park ride meets movie meets video game.

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A Comic Slice of History Hits the Big Screen in Elvis & Nixon

There are some stories so wild and unimaginable that they simply cannot be untrue. And when the story involves the late King of Rock, anything is not too far-fetched to believe.

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Charlize Theron and Chris Hemsworth Return to Action in the Revisionist Fairy Tale The Huntsman:Winter’s War...

There’s taking liberties, and then there’s completely overhauling a time-honored story from the works of two legendary spinners of fairy tales.

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The Jungle Book Brings New Life to Classic Kipling Tale

The Jungle Book — the classic tale from British author Rudyard Kipling — first appeared in print in serialized form circa 1893.

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Family Tragedy Laid Bare in LOUDER THAN BOMBS

A family in crisis grieving over the death of a wife and mother, a woman known as well for her talents and achievements in photojournalism.

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Jake Gyllenhaal Tears Up the Screen in Demolition

Davis Mitchell has it all: a high-flying career in investment banking and at home, a great marriage.

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Melissa McCarthy is The Boss

Michelle Darnell is accustomed to calling the shots and getting her way.

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Logan Marshall-Green shows up for a psychologically thrilling evening in The Invitation: Leave Your Expect...

Don’t make the mistake of thinking The Invitation is a horror flick.

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Anna Kendrick and Sam Rockwell tackle a Killer Script in Mr. Right

If you were describing a prospective date as having a “killer personality,” you just might be tempted to think — this is someone I’ve got to meet.

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11-Year-Old Noah Schnapp Gives Voice to Charlie Brown on the Big Screen in The Peanuts Movie

“It was a really long process.

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