The popcorn season was made stronger thanks to pop-entertainment movies animated by serious ideas.
‘Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood’ profiles the man who set up trysts for Hollywood royalty.
All-Asian comedy delivers frothy pleasures, along with a message.
The Motion Picture Academy’s decision caves to corporate interests and does filmmakers no favors.
Film tells the true story of a black detective who infiltrated the Colorado Springs KKK.
Kelley Macdonald shines as a woman who discovers her long-buried self.
“Far from the Tree” is about parents with children who are profoundly different from them.
Great art doesn’t always make us happy, and just-average movies can make us feel terrific. And that’s okay.
This sixth installment in the superspy franchise is the craziest one yet.
Should “La La Land” win best picture?