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Jake Gyllenhaal looks haunted and hungry in “Nightcrawler” in which he plays a petty thief turned amoral freelance news photographer.
Moviegoers likely won’t forget the mystery thriller “Before I Go to Sleep,” thanks to leads Nicole Kidman, Colin Firth and Mark Strong.
Daniel Radcliffe taps into his devilish side in “Horns,” about a man who sprouts horns after being suspected in the murder of his
Black comedy "Birdman" soars, thanks to Michael Keaton and gutsy filmmaking by director and co-writer Alejandro G. Inarritu.
"Wish I Was Here," "Life of Crime," and "Deliver Us From Evil" hit store shelves.
Bill Murray plays the title role in “St. Vincent” about a grumpy retiree whose life is changed when a single mom and boy move in next door.
They stole his 1969 Mustang and killed his dog so the retired assassin returns to the lethal life in “John Wick” starring Keanu Reeves.
There’s revelation and heartbreak in Rory Kennedy's flawless documentary “Last Days in Vietnam.”
“Ouija” turns product placement on its horror head as teens try to connect with a friend who suddenly dies in PG-13 rated movie.
“Dear White People” wades into the messy movie scrum of racial politics as it arrives with the Sundance stamp of approval.
"The Purge: Anarchy," "Sex Tape" and "Snowpiercer,“ show up on store shelves.
“Fury” is the name on the tank’s gun barrel, and fine acting is the hallmark of the World War II drama starring Brad Pitt and Logan Lerman.
Jason Reitman tackles social media and social issues, “Book of Life” embraces the dead, and “Best of Me” is a Nicholas Sparks adaptation.
Welsh coal miners and London gays unite in “Pride.”
"The Circle" and "Out in the Night" are standouts in the second and final weekend of Reel Q film festival at the Harris Theater, Downtown.
Sentinels chase "X-Men," and Mr. Peabody and Sherman get starring roles in new DVD releases.
“Meet the Mormons” documentary, in a limited number of U.S. theaters, puts the best face forward on the church and its membership.
“Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” ups the title character’s age and spreads the misery to his family.
At 141 minutes and with enough melodrama for a pair of movies, “The Judge” is far from perfect.
Kevin Kline and Maggie Smith shine in the gritty, emotional drama “My Old Lady.”
Dan Stevens from “Downton Abbey” turns into “The Guest,” a thriller that spirals into horror movie territory before all the blood is shed.
“Kill the Messenger,” starring Jeremy Renner as San Jose Mercury News investigative reporter Gary Webb, celebrates and indicts newspapers.
‘Dracula Untold’ starring Luke Evans, Sarah Gadon and Dominic Cooper won’t get the blood racing in the way moviemakers intend.
“The Green Prince,“ set against the backdrop of recent Middle East events, is all true but it has the twists and turns of a spy novel.
The festival of films with gay and lesbian themes returns for its 29th year, with the opening night movie “Blackbird” on Friday.
“Edge of Tomorrow,” “A Million Ways to Die in the West,” and “Million Dollar Arm” hit store shelves.
Searching for happiness does not involve tagging along with Simon Pegg’s London psychiatrist, Hector, in new, glib, overlong tale.
When Amy Dunne is gone, baby, gone, her husband becomes the prime suspect in “Gone Girl” starring Rosamund Pike and Ben Affleck.
A demonic doll moves from a cameo in “The Conjuring” to a sinister, supernatural starring role in “Annabelle,” opening today.
The grim truths of the Holocaust in Hungary are explored in “The Notebook,” a movie not for the faint of heart.
“The Two Faces of January” is based on a novel by Patricia Highsmith, but it doesn’t pack the same psychological punch as other adaptations.
It’s the end of the world as we know it — again — in reboot of “Left Behind” with Nicolas Cage, Chad Michael Murray and Cassi Thomson.
"Chef," "Transformers: Age of Extinction," "Third Person" and "Hellion" hit store shelves.