In 'McQueen', a documentary on the late British designer, the directors allow his side of the story to be told [Movie Review]
The two-hour film about the Alexander McQueen aimed to unmask a legend, whose public facade masked private insecurities and depression.
‘The Upside’ addresses disability and second chances with warmth, wit, and a strong moral lesson [Movie Review]
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.
Playing against type for Bryan Cranston and Kevin Hart, and how ‘The Upside’ differs from the original French film, 'Les Intouchables'
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.
Zachary Levi ate up to 4,000 calories day, and other super bits of trivia we learned about the latest DC film.
Marvel star Paul Rudd stops by Hong Kong Disneyland for launch of new Ant-Man and The Wasp: Nano Battle ride
Team up with Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly as you help S.H.I.E.L.D. protect their tech from the evil Armin Zola and his army of swarmbots.
‘Avengers: Endgame’: Who will live and who will die? Every Marvel superhero’s chance of survival, ranked
After the catastrophic ending of Infinity War, every character is fair game in the conclusion to Phase Three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Director Tim Burton's live-action remake is less sad than the 1941 original, but still makes plenty of reference to that classic.
Based on a true story, Indian film 'Padman' deals with period poverty and taboos in a heart-warming way [Movie Review]
The Bollywood release is inspired by the true story of Arunachalam Muruganantham, a social entrepreneur who created a machine for making affordable sanitary towels.