Mainland China's monthly box office surpassed North America's for the first time in February, which included the peak movie-going period of Chinese New Year.
First things first. Could the timing be any worse for a movie with a diversity problem as extensive as "Gods of Egypt"? Only two days before #OscarsSoWhite Sunday ...
"Triple 9" has everything going for it, and that's it biggest handicap.
Set under gray Puritan skies in a deathly autumn, "The Witch" is a slow-burning 1600s horror thriller so bone-dry it would only take a match for the whole movie to go up in flames.
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
The Avengers are mighty, but not enough to beat themselves. The Marvel and Disney sequel earned a staggering US$187.7 million (NT$5.76 b illion) in its debut weekend in the U.S., making it the second biggest U.S. opening of all time according to Rentrak estimates Sunday.
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.
With a standard-setting finale to its first season reaching 17.6 million viewers, Fox's music business drama "Empire" has proven that it's still possible for broadcast television to create big hits.
The fifth season of "Game of Thrones" had its premiere Wednesday at the Tower of London, an atmospheric landmark whose history is like the show: tangled, royal and bloody.
This is clearly the season for Oscar-worthy performances by British actors playing mathematical geniuses facing daunting personal odds.