ALS has confined Hawking to a wheelchair, making him mostly unable to move or speak — and movement and speech are awfully important to an actor.
If Robin Bell’s new documentary “Positive Force: More Than a Witness” is out to prove anything, it’s that D.C. punk is as much about ideals as it is about attitude.
“Dumb and Dumber To,” out Friday, does not exist solely to give English majors seizures whenever they see the title.
“Interstellar" is about what will happen when we irrevocably screw up the planet and must depend on Matthew McConaughey to find us another planet to irrevocably screw up,
With Halloween coming up, you’d probably expect this to be a list of scary movies, right? That’s too easy.
“Alejandro [Gonzalez Inarritu] was trying to achieve a 360-degree experience, and that meant we all had to get the f--- out of the way,” Riseborough says.
The documentary’s title refers to the emergencies team of Human Rights Watch; when there are reports of violations of human rights, they are the first on the ground.
In “Birdman or The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance,” Michael Keaton plays Riggan, a washed-up actor who once played a superhero who fought for the right of films to have absurdly long titles.
Existing songs played in mariachi and other Latin styles make this animated film's soundtrack one to remember.
Vincent (Bill Murray), the central character of “St. Vincent,” isn’t interested in a halo.