There's a nightmare glaze to Jake Gyllenhaal's dreamboat eyes in Nightcrawler, a monster movie of a different sort than its title and Halloween release date suggests.
By Steve Persall,Times Movie Critic
Dinner and a movie is a fine idea for a date, but maybe not at the same time.
While more than a typical film festival, Blue Ocean with its scientific focus is also something less. • Less stargazing, unless a glimpse of deep-sea pioneer Phil Nuytten or explorer-conservationist Michael Aw would make your day. There's only one movie star, Academy Award winner Jeremy Irons, who isn't exactly …
Emmy and Tony winner Bryan Cranston will be joined by Academy Award winner Marisa Tomei and always dependable John Leguizamo in The Infiltrator, based on the memoirs of Tampa resident and former DEA undercover agent Robert Mazur. The $47 million production is due to begin principal photography in March, 2015, …
The upcoming Blue Ocean Film Festival (and more, without pop culture pizzazz) has added a Virgin to its list of special guests. Sir Richard Branson, flamboyant founder of Virgin airlines, music stores, space travel, etc., will be presented with the festival's Making Waves Award for his support of ocean conservation …
Keanu Reeves is the poster boy for John Wick but not this hyper-violent movie's niftiest bit of casting. That would be hiring an actor named Dean Winters for a thankless role as the bad guy's flunky.
Contributing to the delinquency of minors in Meatballs is how Bill Murray became a movie star, and can that really be 35 years ago? Time flew while we haven't always had fun, when Murray's actorly instincts took him elsewhere. St. Vincent brings him back, so it's got that going for it, which is nice.
When holiday weekends roll around in the United States, it seems like everyone and their brother makes a movie.
"It will end, soon. But before it does a lot more people have to die."
Sometimes just being different is all it takes. That's the case with The Book of Life, an animated movie that when stripped of its wildly imaginative sights and sounds delivers the same tired lessons of being yourself and following your dreams, set to radio-tired pop songs.