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"Out of the Furnace" stokes themes aplenty, from brotherly bonds and loyalty to homegrown justice, in a film shot in Braddock and beyond.
"Blood Brother" and "A Perfect Man" return from the Three Rivers Film Festival for weeklong runs starting today.
'The Smurfs 2,' 'The Wolverine,' and 'The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones' hit store shelves.
The Beat Generation goes on in "Kill Your Darlings" led by Daniel Radcliffe as college student and poet Allen Ginsberg in 1940s New York.
"Breaking Bad" complete series DVD set includes a bounty of extras.
Documentary maker AJ Schnack transports moviegoers to the summer and fall of 2011, when GOP presidential field was crowded.
Before, during or after Thanksgiving, there will be no shortage of new movies with a half-dozen, from rated PG to R, arriving in theaters.
In "Homefront," an ex-DEA agent wants to be left alone in a meth-crazy Louisiana town, but that means brawl time for Jason Statham.
David Wozniak (Vince Vaughn) is one fertile fellow in "Delivery Man.
Oscar pundits have Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto on their lists of likely acting nominees thanks to the new film.
"The Christmas Candle," based on Max Lucado book, lights the way to faith-based family entertainment with story set in 1890 English village.
"The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" doesn't burn as brightly as the first movie but returns Jennifer Lawrence to role of Katniss Everdeen.
Iconic hangdog "Repo Man" Harry Dean Stanton gets the soulful and delightful documentary he deserves.
James Franco's tribute to the life, career and tragic death of actor Sal Mineo is heartfelt but problematic in "Sal.
"Lasting" -- a Polish-Spanish co-production -- is a breathless but fairly vague love story of the fairest of the fair.
The latest "Great Expectations," starring Helena Bonham Carter and Jeremy Irvine, is a conventional tale in a beautiful wrapping.
Cannes winner "Blue Is the Warmest Color," starring two French actresses, dramatizes fearless sex and the dizzying ardor of first love.
The tones and moods shift in a sequel to the hit 1999 comedy about college friends reuniting for a wedding.
It's a wonderful life for moviegoers who have enough time (and cash) for awards contenders, franchise favorites and family-friendly fare.
'Man of Steel" and "Turbo" hits store shelves this week.