Andre Holland: 10 Best Roles, According To Rotten Tomatoes

Andre Holland is an accomplished actor with stellar movies and TV shows under his belt, but which...

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The 10 Worst Sci-Fi Action Movies Of The 2000s (According to IMDb)

Ever since it was introduced to cinema in 1902's A Trip to The Moon, science fiction has remained...

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Negative Friday the 13th Reviews Improved Box Office

Gene Siskel actually did Friday the 13th a favor by hating it.

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Sundance Film Festival wanted a more diverse press corps to review its movies. Now its solution has...

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18 actors who won awards for playing icons

Rami Malek played Freddie Mercury, Helen Mirren portrayed Queen Elizabeth, and Jamie Foxx brought Ray Charles to life on the big screen.

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'Little Women' and 20 other great films directed by American women

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The Best New Year’s Eve Dresses For Every Type Of Shindig

This type of fête is the standard for New Year’s Eve, which is why it is best to stick to convention...

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EDITORIAL: Ten Chicagoans we lost in the 2010s who greatly shaped our town

An architect who defined Chicago’s later skyline. Each of them is on our Top 10 list of influential...

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LETTER: In Trump impeachment saga, two thumbs down

Roger Ebert, the late movie critic, panned movies that were heavy on laughs, explosions, or both, but lacking in character development. There should be...

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'A Quiet Place Part II' Trailer Is Here

In April, 2018, the world learned that Jim Halpert actually has some extremely dark corners in his mind. John Krasinksi's first horror movie was a...

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'An American Tail' Explores Bleak Immigrant Struggles That Still Resonate in 2019

On a recent lazy Sunday, my friend and I (both adults), found ourselves sobbing on the couch while...

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How to Stream ‘The Three Musketeers’: Your Family Viewing Guide

When a corrupt Cardinal Richelieu (Tim Curry) disbands the Musketeers—protectors of the King of...

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Former Courier & Press reporter and columnist Bill Lyon dies

Lyon worked at the Philadelphia Inquirer for 33 years. Lyon worked for the Sunday Courier & Press...

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Every Invasion of the Body Snatchers Movie, Ranked Worst to Best

Jack Finney's 1954 sci-fi novel The Body Snatchers has been adapted into four different movies, and...

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Special Screening Of 'The Stone Reader' Literary Documentary

November 17, 2019 at La Jolla Riford Branch Library, 7555 Draper Ave., La Jolla, CA

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How to Stream The Rocketeer: Your Family Viewing Guide

Released in 1991, The Rocketeer is a Walt Disney Pictures film based on the comic books by Dave...

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10 Years Later, 'Avatar' Is the Most Popular Movie No One Remembers

James Cameron’s sci-fi epic was Event Viewing writ large. Like James Cameron's 'Titanic' it was a...

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Are video games art? We asked three developers. Here's how they answered.

Others have likewise rejected the idea that video games are a work of art. Film critic Roger Ebert...

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The Story of the Beauty and the Beast Screening That Changed Everything

It starts with a series of black-and-white drawings. Scratched-up pencil animations of a dense...

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Opinion | "The Little Mermaid" debuted 30 years ago. Movies and childhood haven’t been the same...

“The Little Mermaid” began by turning the prim and deferential nature of the fairy tale princess on...

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Good thing Judge Judy’s gavel won’t decide the Democratic primaries: John Phillips

Not all celebrity endorsements are created equal. A number of guys don’t let anything get between...

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Devon Sawa Answers Every Question We Have About Now and Then

If you were alive in 1995 and somewhere between the ages of 7 and 17, it’s likely that Devon Sawa’s...

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Did Netflix Kill Scorsese’s Theater Star? | The American Spectator | Politics Is Too Important To Be...

When I was growing up in Nebraska, Marvel characters were part of my adolescent mythology: I took an...

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NAU Film Series: NAU alumni filmmakers to introduce 'Outside Ozona'

Northern Arizona University alumni, filmmakers Joe Cardone and Carol Kottenbrook, will introduce...

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Martin Scorsese Is a Grumpy Old Fart—and Wrong About the State of 'Cinema'

"The situation at this moment is brutal and inhospitable to art," declares Scorsese amidst an...

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Ranking Martin Scorsese's movies from best to worst | Hypable

Below, we rank Martin Scorsese’s 26 narrative feature films to celebrate the world’s greatest living...

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Morocco’s Oscar Entry, ‘Adam,’ Scooped by Strand Releasing for U.S. (EXCLUSIVE)

Strand Releasing has acquired all U.S. rights to Maryam Touzani’s critically acclaimed feature...

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The Only Necessary Sequel To ’The Shining’ Is The Bonkers 2013 Documentary ’Room 237’

In his review of the 1984 film 2010, a largely forgotten sequel to Stanley Kubrick’s landmark 1968...

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How to Stream ‘The Emperor’s New Groove’: Your Family Viewing Guide

Kuzco (David Spade) is a young, selfish Emperor who finds himself transformed into a llama by his...

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Hidden Gems: Cloud Atlas

Print this column Roger Ebert opened his review of Cloud Atlas by saying “Even as I was watching ‘Cloud Atlas’ the first time, I knew I would need to see...

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Werner Herzog Admits He Watches The Kardashians

He's won best director at Cannes, succeeded in both narrative and documentary films, and managed to get one of the last known respected performances out...

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Chicagoan’s movie poster collection a snapshot of American pop culture, is featured in new book

Chicago’s love affair with the movies has long been documented — from having the largest number of...

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