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Kristen Page-Kirby covers film, arts and events for Express.
He gets the glory in action movies. Now it's time for Dwayne Johnson to get the girl.
A dad who wants to have a catch, a man who must say ardently he admires and loves a woman, and a little boy who remembers.
Being a superhero is serious business, but sometimes you just need a laugh.
A kids' film festival at the National Gallery, "Yellow Submarine" at the Angelika Mosaic and "Leave No Trace" at indie theaters everywhere.
The rapper-turned-filmmaker says he threw a lot of ideas into his comedy, but there's one big thing he hopes audiences take away.
Movie critics are overwhelmingly white and male — why is that a problem?
Plus Ingmar Bergman's little-known films come to the National Gallery and a new "Midsummer Night's Dream" movie hits the Folger.
Your 4th of July BBQ hangs its head in shame.
The newest installment of the endless franchise is big, noisy and has a brain the size of a walnut.
A cocaine dealer struggles to quit the business that fuels his luxurious criminal lifestyle.