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Kevin James tries hard in the sequel “Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2,” but he can’t buy a giggle.
“True Story,” starring Jonah Hill and James Franco, was inspired by a disgraced reporter and a man accused of killing his wife and children.
Living and dying by — and on — the Internet have grave, ghostly consequences for a half-dozen teens in the horror flick “Unfriended.”
Hey, hey, they’re the monkeys and they could not be cuter if they tried in the new Disney nature documentary timed for Earth Day.
JFilm Festival, formerly the Pittsburgh Jewish-Israeli Film Festival, opens with a variety of characters and themes.
“Big Eyes” “The Babadook” and “The Boy Next Door” hit store shelves.
Sparks fly and tears fall in “The Longest Ride,” a movie based on a Nicholas Sparks novel about two couples decades apart in North Carolina.
Al Pacino film “Danny Collins” was inspired by the real story of a John Lennon letter to a young musician that went undelivered for decades.
“While We’re Young,” starring Ben Stiller and Adam Driver, explores the divide between Gen X-ers and 20-something hipsters in New York.
John Boorman’s “Queen and Country” is charming and evocative of England during the Korean War.
“Welcome to New York” stars a fearless Gerard Depardieu in a scandalous story that has its repulsive roots in a real French politician.
“Woman in Gold” wasn’t just Gustav Klimt’s masterpiece but a portrait of Maria Altmann’s aunt and she wanted it and other stolen art back.
‘A Most Violent Year,’ ‘Pelican Dreams,’ ‘The Immigrant,’ and ‘Frasier: The Complete Series’ hits store shelves.
“Furious 7” doubles as a tribute to the late actor Paul Walker and to the film family forged by this adrenaline-fueled car franchise.
Strange Kumiko is hunting for treasure and thinks she has discovered “riches of America” thanks to a copy of a Coen brothers’ film.
A behind-the-scenes look at the making of a new work for New York City Ballet by emerging choreographer Justin Peck.
“’71” is a violent, thoughtful look at war and those who fight in it.
This caustic temp worker makes the folks in “Clerks” and “Office Space” look like candidates for employee of the month.
“The Imitation Game,” “Interstellar” and “Wild,” make it to store shelves.
The title is bland but “Home” delivers colorful aliens and vivid voices based on Adam Rex’s kids’ novel, “The True Meaning of Smekday.”
In “Get Hard,” Will Ferrell’s entitled millionaire reflexively and wrongly turns to Kevin Hart for advice on how to toughen up for prison.
“Wild Tales,” an anthology of six tales from director Damián Szifrón, is wildly well-done and opening today at the Manor Theater.
“It Follows” is the rare horror thriller that prefers to traffic in suspense and dread than in titillating gore.
“Human Capital” is a time-fractured, Italian-language examination of wealth, status, desire and the cost of a life cut short.
"Into the Woods," "Unbroken" and "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies" migrates to store shelves this week.
“Insurgent” picks up the story where the Shailene Woodley movie “Divergent” left off, and it’s bigger, more muscular and action-packed.
“The Secret Sharer” turns Joseph Conrad’s story of the same name on its ear with one gender-bending twist.
“Mommy” vibrates with energy, ambivalence, emotional fireworks and unexpected turns in the story of a troubled Canadian boy and his mother.
South Africa cheats for the American West of 1871 in “The Salvation” starring Mads Mikkelsen, Eva Green and Jeffrey Dean Morgan.
No-fault divorce? Not for the long-married woman trying to end her marriage in Israel’s Oscar entry, “Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem.”
“Gunman” casts Sean Penn in the Liam Neeson action role and the resulting R-rated movie is preachy, violent and slightly out of date.