Margaret Thatcher and Princess Diana join Netflix's hit series.
Enola Holmes stars Millie Bobby Brown as a teenage super-sleuth who outwits her famous older brother, Sherlock Holmes.
Netflix reveals voice cast and offers first look at images from The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance.
While Alice Through The Looking Glass is that rare sequel that's actually better than the original, that doesn't necessarily make it good.
The Young an Prodigious T.S. Spivet is a very pretty yet uneven film that most likely will not connect with a mass audience, but it has a good heart.
Kenneth Branagh's live action telling of Disney's Cinderella is basically a classic fairy tale perfected and everything a Disney fan could ask for.
Aside from some really great stuntwork in a pair of showstopping (if incredibly similar) action set pieces, an interesting take on the film’s titular cowboy, and a good look overall, The Lone Ranger gets bogged down thanks to a useless 149 minute running time and a cavalier, ironic, and wholly unwelcome revisionist history that thinks it’s progressive but is dumb as desert dirt.
Some excellent performances, great music, and fast pacing make Les Misérables worth seeing, despite director Tom Hooper directing with an unsteady hand.
Andrew Parker, James Farrington, Phil Brown, and Jenna Hossack take a look at a bunch of programs in this year's 18th annual CFC Worldwide Short Film Festival. We take a look at comedy, drama, Christmas, love, families, kids films, surrealism, and many other disparate elements that come together to make this festival one of the city's most endearingly eclectic.
While definitely closer in tone to what director Tim Burton should be making with his vivid imagination, wit, and eye for detail, Dark Shadows shouldn’t be heralded as a comeback for the director just yet. The potential for this film to serve as a middle ground between the big haired auteur’s beloved Edward Scissorhands and Beetlejuice feels somewhat squandered by a lightweight script and a really terrible final 20 minutes.
For fans, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part Two has been a moment we’ve been both waiting for and dreading simultaneously. To see the end of something that, for those of my age group and level of dedication, has lasted for over a decade is obviously bittersweet. That’s a long time to have really loved and been invested in something.