This Thanksgiving weekend, Knightley's new film, "The Imitation Game" is released in theaters. It's the story of British math genius Alan Turing and the team who helped him crack a code and win World War II.
The energy and enthusiasm of Bateman, Day, Sudeikis, Aniston, and the rest of the cast is infectious, even if the movie itself is flagrantly dumb.
Years before Mae West and Marilyn Monroe became popular, Sophie Tucker was the original blonde bombshell. A new documentary offers an intimate look at the original "red hot mama."
Following the wickedly deranged second entry of the "V/H/S" franchise, this third installment is a bloody letdown.
Revolutions, we find out in the third "Hunger Games" film, succeed or fail based on one thing: The quality of your sound bites and propaganda advertisements.
Director and co-writer Stefan Haupt intersperses real interviews with a movie version of the true story in "The Circle" ("Der Kreis"), in German (and some French) with English subtitles.
The Vicious Brothers continue to display a talent for the horror genre, even if their third feature doesn't quite hit the mark.