Film critic Kenneth Turan says "Their Finest" is a treat and that Bill Nighy's comic mastery is irreplaceable.
L.A. Times film critic Justin Chang reviews "Your Name.," the Japanese box-office smash that has surpassed Hayao Miyazaki’s “Spirited Away” as the highest-grossing anime of all time
Film critic Kenneth Turan says "Going in Style" never becomes more than mildly amusing.
Justin Chang reviews Gifted
L.A. Times film critic Justin Chang reviews "Colossal," a reminder of what a good actress Anne Hathaway can be.
Kenneth Turan reviews Tickling Giants
Exclusive on a VR project that John Legend is producing and voicing, directed by the director of "Madagascar."
Fox showed off footage from its Hugh Jackman musical "The Greatest Showman" at CinemaCon on Thursday.
Raucous applause nearly drowns out the actress' speech, which focused on sister Alexis, a trans woman who died last year.
STX showed footage from the upcoming Aaron Sorkin film "Molly's Game," and "Bad Moms" sequel
The animated "Boss Baby" continues box office reign over "Going in Style" and "Smurfs."
Directors Niki Caro, Julia Ducournau, Hope Dickson Leach and Ry Russo-Young get real about being women in the industry.
Indie Focus newsletter on the films 'Colossal,' 'Their Finest,' 'Gifted' and 'Your Name.'
At 97, The Queen of Swing Norma Miller is "Alive and Kicking" as shown in the new documentary of that name.
New video column: "Hidden Figures' is a stand-up-and-cheer kind of movie -- in the best way. It celebrates perseverence and scientific achievement in the face of racial bigotry
Bandleader Vince Giordano is the go-to guy for movies and TV shows dealing with early American jazz
"Lipstick Under My Burkha," a film about four small-town Indian women, was the latest to be blocked by India's conservative censor board. It opens the Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles on April 5.
Though it's nice to see Smurfette get her due, the whole endeavor feels tired and tiring.