In the movie world, two decades means any number of excellent - and disastrous films - get released to the public.
For fans of classic Disney, Beauty and the Beast is a tale as old as time that will have a place in your heart no matter how old you get.
At the start of last year, filmmaker Laura Waters gave cameras to a group of 18-year-olds to document their final year of high school.
The recent Honorary Academy Award recipient talks about winning an Oscar, films and global recognition.
American drama Manchester by the Sea is striking for several reasons; namely because it doesn’t feel like a movie at all. Instead, it feels more like a glimpse at someone else’s life.
Whereas a lot of space films focus on explosions or aliens, Peter Chelsom’s The Space Between Us is more of a love story.It follows Mars-born teenager Gardner Elliot (Asa Butterfield) as he makes the decision to travels to Earth looking for love and a permanent home.
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We’ve seen a bit of a trend recently from Hollywood to make movies that have been inspired by true events, and that trend is showing no signs of stopping.
If you avoid superhero movies because they take themselves too seriously, this may just convince you to return.
A little boy sets separated from his family in India and gets adopted by an Australia couple. Over 20 years later, he uses Google Earth to try to find out who he once was.
Focused on the seven days following the 1963 assassination of President JFK, the film features Natalie Portman as a pitch- and picture-perfect version of the former first lady.