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The edgy and delightful “Boxtrolls” is a mix of of 3-D, stop-motion, CGI and hand-drawn animation based on the book “Here Be Monsters.”
“Love Is Strange” pairs John Lithgow with Alfred Molina as a longtime couple, while Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig are “The Skeleton Twins.”
Denzel Washington plays a retired agent who becomes a vigilante hero in “The Equalizer,” reuniting him with director Antoine Fuqua.
Filmmaker Alex Gibney, who laid bare "The Armstrong Lie," switches gears with his documentary about Afrobeat musical pioneer Fela Kuti.
“Neighbors” is a raunchy comedy starring Seth Rogan, Rose Byrne and Zac Efron. Also: “Key & Peele: Season Three,” “The Calling” ...
“This Is Where I Leave You,” starring Jane Fonda and Tina Fey, has its moments resulting in a charming dramady.
Despite a fine young and diverse cast, “Maze Runner” suffers from surprisingly little tension.
A podcaster turned prisoner, a lonely woman named Eleanor Rigby and an overcrowded ER are the focus of new movies opening this week.
“A Walk Among the Tombstones” could have been titled “Who Is Killing the Drug Dealers’ Wives of Brooklyn?”
“Godzilla” and “The Fault in Our Stars” hits store shelves.
In “No Good Deed,” Idris Elba savagely menaces Taraji P. Henson.
Criminals, a pup and the past bring trouble to Tom Hardy and the late James Gandolfini in a thriller with too many twists.
“Dolphin Tale 2” is a perfect end-of-summer film.
“The One I Love,” starring Elisabeth Moss and Mark Duplass, explores a broken couple’s attempt to work through marital strife.
"Captain America: The Winter Soldier," "Words and Pictures," "Brick Mansions" and "The German Doctor" hit store shelves this week.
"No No: A Dockumentary" opens today at the Harris Theater, not far from where Three Rivers Stadium once stood and Dock Ellis pitched.
The second road romp between British improv-team Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon comes off tired and tedious.
The title character in "Frank" hides under a giant papier-mache head but he proves to be surprisingly empathetic and engaging.
‘Draft Day,’ ‘They Came Together,’ ‘For No Good Reason,’ and ‘Moms’ Night Out’ show up on stores shelves this week.
“As Above” takes forever to go below, and once there, another long while passes before supernatural stuff starts troubling the protagonists.