’Goosebumps’ and ’Chi-Raq“ hit store shelves.
An elegant documentary shows how the bohemian heiress left the lasting gift of modern art to all of humanity.
“The 5th Wave,“ starring Chloe Grace Moretz, is disturbing, reminiscent of real life and yet lacking in suspense and irony.
Charlie Kaufman and co-director Duke Johnson’s new stop-motion animated film focuses on a man crippled by the mundanity of his life.
"Straight Outta Compton,“ ”The Intern,“ and ”Everest“ show up on store shelves.
Donnie Yen goes up against Mike Tyson in a film that explores what it means to balance family life with a martial arts tradition.
Frederick Wiseman’s “In Jackson Heights” continues his obsession with the peculiarities of American life and the democratic process.
Michael Bay presents a stirring and sober look at disastrous events in 2012 Benghazi in “13 Hours.”
“Norm of the North,” an animated film with the voice of Rob Schneider as a polar bear trying to save his habitat, revisits familiar themes.
In “Ride Along 2,” Ice Cube and Kevin Hart are sent to Miami to nab a crime kingpin.
Five orphaned sisters are at the heart of “Mustang,” set in a remote village in Northern Turkey where girls are schooled to become wives.
Director Ridley Scott has crafted a solidly entertaining adventure that won the Golden Globe for best motion picture, musical or comedy.
The new horror film “The Forest” doesn’t really deliver a good scare.
Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara present an evocative, sensual tale of same-sex love in the 1950s in “Carol.”
Leonardo DiCaprio stars as the real-life frontiersman Hugh Glass, who was mauled by a bear and abandoned, only to return.
A Bedouin boy whose name means “wolf” must fight to survive in the Arabian desert in 1916. The film opens today at the Harris Theater.
Showtime’s “Ray Donovan: Season Three” and “Shameless: The Complete Fifth Season,” hit store shelves.
Director Ericson Core’s updated “Point Break” is extreme and disappointing.
“Joy,” “Danish Girl” and “Youth” explore the Miracle Mop inventor, a transgender pioneer and two old pals reflecting on time and aging.
Quentin Tarantino’s ”The Hateful Eight” is an epic work of self-indulgence, smug riffing and tropes from TV, Western films and whodunits.
God and a good leading performance are in the details, as actor Will Smith learned with Dr. Bennet Omalu.
Filmed in Pittsburgh, “Concussion” tells the story of local forensic pathologist Bennet Omalu and CTE research.
Live-action adventure “Pan” flies into store shelves.
Director-writer Adam McKay brings energy, cameos and Ryan Gosling, Steve Carell, Christian Bale and Brad Pitt to “The Big Short.”
“The Road Chip” is a kid-friendly alternative to “Star Wars” with lessons about friendship, loyalty and loving those 57-year-old chipmunks.
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler reunite with some “SNL” colleagues in the R-rated comedy “Sisters” about saying goodbye to a childhood home.
’Mission Impossible — Rogue Nation,’ ’Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials,’ and ’Ted 2’ show up on store shelves this week.
No need to have a bad feeling about this, as the newest “Star Wars” installment arrives with familiar faces and newcomers.
“Mediterranea” shows the struggles of two men trying to flee the West African country of Burkina Faso for Rosarno, Italy.
Actor Michael Fassbender follows his portrayal of Steve Jobs with a masterful turn in the gorgeous “Macbeth” alongside Marion Cotillard.
Ron Howard’s “In the Heart of the Sea” is a powerful story of man vs. Nature but its retelling fails to pack an emotional punch.
Director-writer Giulio Ricciarelli takes an unflinching look at the unofficial conspiracy to keep silent the facts about Auschwitz.
Through the prism of Aristophanes’ “Lysistrata,” Spike Lee takes a modern, satirical look at gun violence in Chicago.
This review of 'Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi' originally appeared in the Post-Gazette on May 26, 1983.
This review of 'Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back' originally appeared in the Post-Gazette on May 21, 1980.
This review of 'Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope' originally appeared in the Post-Gazette on May 25, 1977.
This review of 'Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith' originally appeared in the Post-Gazette on May 18, 2005.
This review of 'Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones' originally appeared in the Post-Gazette on May 16, 2002.
This review of “Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace” originally appeared in the Post-Gazette on May 16, 1999.
This week’s DVD releases is lead by a documentary on singer Amy Winehouse.
Although "The Assassin" is technically a wuxia film — martial arts, swordplay — it is much more a film of stillness, quiet, beauty.
“Creed,” “Good Dinosaur,” “Brooklyn,” “Trumbo” and “Victor Frankenstein” arrive in theaters just in time for the holiday.
“America Ultra,” “Ricki and the Flash,” and “Shaun the Sheep Movie” hits store shelves.
“Secret in Their Eyes,” a Hollywood remake of an Oscar-winning foreign thriller, misses the mark.
The film franchise based on Suzanne Collins’ novels comes to an end in a serious manner.
“The Night Before” is a holiday hybrid and a funny one, thanks to its leading men Seth Rogen, Anthony Mackie and Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
The “Hunger Games” finale is PG-13, for tweens and up; “Secret in Their Eyes,” also PG-13, is suitable for mature high schoolers and older.
Actors including Michael Keaton dig into their roles as members of a Boston Globe investigative team and its story about clergy sex abuse.
From the unglamourous clothing and goodbye cakes to the occasional smell of a dead rat, “Spotlight” gets it right.
“The Man from U.N.C.L.E.” also hits store shelves this week.