In “Magic Mike XXL,” now playing, Channing Tatum rejoins his old clothing-removal crew to make it to a July Fourth clothing-removal convention.
I loved “Gone With the Wind” so much, but I’m no longer willing to let “well, it’s a product of its time” cover its multitude of sins. It’s become the racist older relative that makes you cringe every Christmas dinner.
Max, a Belgian Malinois, was actually played by five dogs: one for closeups, two for acting, one for jumping and knocking people down, and one for running.
“Infinitely Polar Bear” is about her childhood days growing up with a father who struggled with not-very-well-treated bipolar disorder.
“Infinitely Polar Bear,” out Friday, is writer-director Maya Forbes’ semi-autobiographical film about living with her bipolar father in the early ’70s.
Too often we measure the impact of kids’ films (or films marketed to kids) not only in how many tickets are bought, but also how many lunchboxes. That would be a grave mistake.
The featured characters in “Inside Out,” out Friday, all exist in the mind of a young girl named Riley. Movies are the strongest way to convince kids there are creatures messing around inside their brains.
If you’re looking for something to spice up the all-documentary film festival, which kicked off its 13th year on Wednesday, we’ve got a game for you.
“Some people in their 40s don’t have the tools for facing this because they’ve never had to deal with it,” Cooke says.
Sometimes that’s just what you want for a summer night at the movies, even if, once you’re done, you’re left longing for something better.