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“The film is often devastating, and it offers up one of the least sentimental portraits of parenthood that I can remember. It’s also wise enough to suggest that art comes at a cost, and the creation of even the most beautiful things can sometimes leave scars,” writes Drew McWeeny.
The Paolo Virzi-directed adaptation of Michael Zadoorian’s novel has the veteran actors playing an aging couple who take one last road trip in their Winnebago.
Owen Wilson and Ed Helms set out to find their biological father in “Father Figures” trailer.
Cruise reteams with his “Edge of Tomorrow” director Doug Liman, while Ellen Page stars in a remake of the 1990 horror fave. Can either defeat the 1-2 punch of “Kingsman” and “It”?
The 1986 sci-fi movie was released by Walt Disney Pictures as it followed the adventure of a young boy kidnapped by a UFO and reappearing 8 years later at the same age.
Good Universe has picked up the rights and 21 Laps (“Arrival,” “Stranger Things”) will co-produce the science fiction film.
The WWII film shows behind the scenes of Prime Minister Winston Churchill’s war cabinet as the Germans descended on Dunkirk and things were looking grim.
The nostalgic tech horror film will be released nationwide on Dec. 1, and it stars Kathryn Prescott, Mitch Pileggi and the great Grace Zabriskie.
There are four films coming out before the end of the year that feature the word “wonder” in their titles, and they arrive on the heels of a wonderful summer movie called Wonder Woman.
Focus features announces U.S. release dates for three of their upcoming films.
Antonio Banderas seeks revenge on the men who killed his wife and daughter in Acts of Vengeance trailer.
The latest The Killing of a Sacred Deer trailer is even more bone chilling than the first.
Alex Garland’s follow up film to Ex Machina comes to us in the form of a dangerous sci-fi world.
“Director Doug Liman takes such profound liberties with the life of Barry Seal that it’s fair to treat the film as fiction, but it’s also a terrific showcase for one sequence after another of Tom Cruise getting the smug smacked out of him,” writes Drew McWeeny.
A Rosa Parks film centering on her life ten years before her iconic moment on a Montgomery bus has been picked up by Julie Dash and Invisible Pictures.
The Orchard has released the first trailer for the sequel to “Creep”.
Based on John Bellair’s 1973 book illustrated by Edward Gorey, the film stars Owen Vaccaro, Jack Black, Cate Blanchett and Kyle MacLachlan.
With new comics and a new deal with Netflix, the comic writer/creator finds himself shifting towards newer pastures while the spy action-comedy continues in capable hands.
Produced by Blumhouse and literally sitting on the shelf for three years, the horror reboot by Franck Khalfoun actually doesn’t look that bad?
The long-in-development biopic is directed by Kevin Connolly (“Entourage”) and co-stars Kelly Preston and Stacy Keach. Lionsgate Premiere releases it on Dec. 15.