This is clearly the season for Oscar-worthy performances by British actors playing mathematical geniuses facing daunting personal odds.
All-in-one action thriller features spy movie standards, gentlemanly manners, aristocratic pomposity, mean-spirited smugness and brainless deployments of violence
Once upon a time, there was a magic land. Little Red Riding Hood lived there, with Cinderella, Rapunzel and Jack from the beanstalk. They tried to find unconditional love for their families but found it can be a horrible battle.
Without doing a disservice to Louis Zamperini's life, it's hard to know what Angelina Jolie was trying to tell
The film may be a much needed tribute to the sacrifice of American soldiers, but it's lacking context. Few Iraqis here are seen as anything but the enemy
Hats off to Wang Lee-hom in stepping out of the stereotype box on his landing in Hollywood
Liam Neeson is back in action to take men down, again
"Guardians of the Galaxy," the Marvel comics superhero flick, stormed the top of the box office, taking in US$94 million over the weekend, industry estimates showed Sunday.
"Searching for self-identity and accepting the way you are," are popular topics shared by many popular animations -- DreamWorks' "How to train your dragon" and Disney's "Frozen" are only two of many examples
Following big box office smash "Frozen," Disney presents "Maleficent." However, with many fairly violent scenes, it might not be the best movie to watch on family night.