A remarkable documentary tells the story of a little brick that is more than just a toy but an entire culture of its own.
"Home," "The Water Diviner" and "Mystery Science Theater 3000: XXXIII" hit store shelves.
Second and third generations of Griswolds embark on a disastrous “Vacation” and road trip to Walley World in the comedy starring Ed Helms.
Another John Green novel comes to life but doesn’t rise to the same level of excellence and emotion as “Fault in Our Stars.”
“Pixels,” starring Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Josh Gad and Peter Dinklage, celebrates old-school gamers charged with saving the planet.
Jake Gyllenhaal, under the direction of Pittsburgh native and director Antoine Fuqua, comes out swinging in “Southpaw.”
“What We Do in the Shadows” “Tangerines” and “Scooby-Doo! & Kiss: Rock & Roll Mystery” hit store shelves.
Director Roy Andersson takes up the theme of "being a human being" with two novelty salesmen as guides.
There’s grim stuff, but it’s a comedy -- and a really funny one.
This latest rendering of Arthur Conan Doyle’s immortal detective is set in the 1947 Sussex village to which Holmes long ago retired.
Paul Rudd plays the small hero trying to save the world in the Marvel flick “Ant-Man.”
“Ex Machina” “The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel” and “The Longest Ride” hits store shelves.
“Minions” takes the title characters to the beginning of time and rockets them through the ages, most memorably to England in 1968.
Exploring one woman’s discomforting art, “Felt” makes an unforgettable and horrifying impression.
“The Gallows” is set in a Nebraska high school about to stage the same play that accidentally killed a teen 20 years earlier.
“Amy” is a painful look at the tragic fall of “natural jazz singer” Amy Winehouse.
The bugs are bigger than ever but the originality falls way short in the movie “Stung,” landing at the Hollywood Theater today.
Ben Kingsley is a New York billionaire who tries to buy immortality with $250 million and a new body that looks just like Ryan Reynolds.
“Woman in Gold” and “71” hit store shelves this week.
Bertrand Bonello is the second director to explore the magnificence and madness of French fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent in a biopic.
“Faith of Our Fathers” has its heart and soul in the right and holy place but its screenplay could have used a good rewrite.
“The Overnight,“ starring Adam Scott and Jason Schwartzman, features an adult play date that puts inadequacies front and center.
“Get Hard” “While We’re Young” and “The Gunman” hit store shelves.
“Terminator Genisys” returns Arnold Schwarzenegger to the franchise but fractures timelines and introduces alternate, confusing universes.
“Magic Mike XXL” turns up the heat and hard bodies as Channing Tatum, Joe Manganiello, Matt Bomer and others go on one last R-rated ride.