A bombastic, vulgar and often thrilling exercise in red, white and blue machismo that relies too much on romanticized video game aesthetics and corny sentimentality to be a great film
As the drumming rumbles on, Hollywood actor Djimon Hounsou walks shirtless with a voodoo procession making its way through the dusty streets of Heve in his native Benin.
"Making a Murderer" is the latest series to demand you not just watch, but binge.
A documentary about the U.S. journalist James Foley, who was beheaded by the Islamic State extremist group in 2014, will make its world premiere this month, HBO said Tuesday.
America's marquee marathon is ready for its close-up.
Wayne Rogers, whose Trapper John McIntyre alongside Alan Alda's Hawkeye Pierce brought mischief, martinis and meatball surgery to the masses in the 1970s every week on "M.A.S.H.," has died.
Oscar-nominated actor Robert Loggia, who was known for gravelly voiced gangsters from "Scarface" to "The Sopranos" but who was most endearing as Tom Hanks' kid-at-heart toy-company boss in "Big," has died. He was 85.
Even though Linda Ellerbee has addressed many tough topics with young audiences before, it took a decade before Nickelodeon approved her idea of a "Nick News" episode where children with terminal illnesses talk about their lives.
The high-octane "Furious 7" peeled out of the gates in its opening weekend, picking up a stunning US$143.6 million from 4,004 locations to easily top the U.S. box office, according to Rentrak estimates Sunday.
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