If you’re looking for something a little outside the Valentine’s Day heart-shaped box of chocolates, this quiz can point you to Cupid’s more unlikely hangouts.
“Red Army” explores how these players functioned as propaganda for the Soviet system — sometimes willingly, sometimes not.
Camp offers a hand to the audience so it’s easier to accept that Channing Tatum is a half-wolf alien with space Rollerblades.
In “Jupiter Ascending,” out Friday, Mila Kunis discovers she is royalty and needs to save some planet where everyone is beautiful and conveniently speaks English.
Elliot Anderson, Kevin Costner’s character in “Black or White,” is kind of a jerk, but the actor is willing to cut him some slack. After all, Elliot is having the toughest day he could imagine.
“The script was about desperate men taking desperate measures,” he says. “That was at the heart of the film: what lengths we go to on this planet to survive.”
I think the fact that Law, 42, is allowing himself to get older — maybe even embracing that he’s getting older — is giving him a freedom he never got in his previous incarnations.
In “The Loft,” out Friday, a group of men share an apartment so they can have a space to bang girls and argue about whose turn it is to take out the trash.
"Nice Work If You Can Get It" is based around the songs of George and Ira Gershwin, most of which you’ve heard before — and here’s where.
“The Boy Next Door” looks like a movie that’s only a couple of cocktails away from being really enjoyable. So that means I’m looking forward to it. After all, bad is better than boring.