Despite an intriguing premise and sound artistic direction, Japanese dramatic thriller ‘His Lost Name’ is a dull, meandering film that doesn’t say much.
We ask student fans what they love about the MCU characters, and who their real-life heroes are.
Not even the chemistry between Riverdale's Cole Sprouse and Haley Richardson can save the weak storyline.
The film about a theme park run by animals has shades of Pixar's 'Inside Out' but is slightly darker in tone.
The teenage star has Hollywood parents, but while she's just starred in a massive Disney film, she loves nothing more than chilling with her friends.
The film, helmed by 'Pitch Perfect' director Kay Cannon, came from an idea TV host James Corden had, and will feature music by the Hispanic singer.
The two-hour film about the Alexander McQueen aimed to unmask a legend, whose public facade masked private insecurities and depression.
The Upside is an American remake of the 2011 French drama-comedy Intouchables, which itself is based on the life of Philippe Pozzo di Borgo, a wealthy paraplegic businessman, and the unlikely friendship that formed between him and his caregiver.
The Upside required its leads to put themselves in unfamiliar shoes: for one, a paraplegic billionaire, and for the other, a famous comedian, to play a dramatic role.
The company responsible for such dark matter as 'The Dark Knight' and 'Aquaman' have finally added a lighthearted film to the DC Universe.
Until I Meet September’s Love is a sweet, slow-moving Japanese sci-fi romance in which two people communicate with each other across time.