Bryan Singer steals the reboot from Matthew Vaughn to create the best X-Men movie yet
If you have a kid of a certain age -- especially a girl, preteen or thereabouts -- then you know the young-adult entertainment message of choice these days:
Though the eponymous Winter Soldier had a less-than-expected amount of screen time and a smaller than title-earning part in the latest Marvel installment.
Having clung to the Russians as go-to villains long after the Cold War thawed, the movies find themselves current again with their favorite arch-enemy.
Sylvester Stallone wrote the screenplay for "Homefront," the story of a former DEA agent who quits his job and moves to a small town under a new identity, with the intention to star in the film himself as the closing chapter of the "Rambo" saga.
The screen is filled with luxurious digs, fancy cars, cool boats, private jets, but there's no intoxicating hook used to snare the audience
Audiences left disappointed with the previous installment of the Riddick series should be pleasantly surprised by "Riddick," as the bald baddie with the surgical shine job returns to his roots.
Vampires, werewolves, demons … wait, is this the next Twilight movie? This story sure seems like it when you throw in a love triangle and supernatural powers. "The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones," a best-selling fantasy novel written by Cassandra Clare, has now been brought to the big screen as a summer blockbuster.
What happens when regular people dress up like super heroes and try to take on the criminal underbelly of the city? Well, they get their asses kicked, what else?
Before dawn on Sunday when the fog rolls off the Pacific Ocean onto the fabled Pebble Beach golf course, 260 historic cars will roll onto the 18th fairway for the 63rd annual Concours d'Elegance classic car show.