In “Creed," Michael B. Jordan plays Adonis, son of famed Rocky-puncher Apollo Creed.
Director Ryan Coogler makes “Creed” a film that is of the “Rocky” series, but not in it.
In “Secret,” some characters use injustice to obtain justice, play on fear to more easily offer comfort, and say that some values must be sacrificed to protect the society built on those values.
When you’re a kid, Christmas Eve is OK. When you’re an adult, Dec. 24 is better because you get to EAT cookies AND drink wine.
Motown songs are not incompatible with “Cinderella’s” plot, as we discovered when we mashed up the two Broadway spectacles.
"I’ve always been obsessed with that part of the human condition, the different survival mechanisms we use,” Malone says.
That’s what saves “Brooklyn” from being a romantic film in the traditional Hollywood sense; neither Eilis nor the film traffics in soul mates.
To prepare for the role, Cranston talked to members of Dalton Trumbo’s family as well as others affected by the blacklist — and came out of it passionate about American civil liberties.
Juliette Binoche isn’t fooled by the title of her new movie, “The 33.” Based on the real-life ordeal of the 33 Chilean miners who spent 69 days trapped underground in 2010, the film is about a much bigger number of people.
In “By the Sea,” out Friday, Angelina and Brad play a couple trying to save their marriage at a seaside resort in France. Bad location choice?