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"300: Rise of an Empire" has warrior women, lots of bloodletting and swordplay and historic battles but, alas, no Gerard Butler.
Mr. Peabody and his adopted boy, Sherman, are back and time traveling through history in the WABAC with close calls, lessons and laughs.
IMAX film "Jerusalem" explores the city's sacred history and its everyday life.
"The Invisible Woman," starring and directed by Ralph Fiennes, shines a light on secret, much-younger mistress to author Charles Dickens.
Nearly seven decades after her Broadway debut, performer Elaine Stritch is still here -- boy, is she ever.
21st annual JFilm festival will open with "Cupcakes" March 27 at Manor and bring 17 movies, guests and discussions to Pittsburgh.
"The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," "12 Years a Slave," and "Hours" hit store shelves.
Hayao Miyazaki's "The Wind Rises" spans 30 years as a boy's dreams of designing airplanes endures through hardship, loss and World War II.
Fedor Bondarchuk's "Stalingrad," the first Russian film made entirely in 3-D and IMAX format, is a spectacular achievement.
Audiences will follow Liam Neeson anywhere, including into the high-flying adventure on the plane.
"Son of God," from Roma Downey and Mark Burnett, follows "Bible" miniseries lead and takes inoffensive road to the cross and resurrection.
The last days of the city falling victim to Mount Vesuvius light up the mediocre script with spectacular visuals.
Elizabeth Olsen, Tom Felton, Oscar Isaac and Jessica Lange star in another adaptation of "Therese Raquin," this time called "In Secret."
"3 Days to Kill," starring Kevin Costner, tries to be action thriller, spy story and daddy-daughter tale, with some comedy tossed in, too.
"Kids for Cash" revisits Luzerne County scandal involving judges and juveniles sent away for years for minor offenses to sad, tragic ends.
"Like Father, Like Son" examines shocking aftermath of Japanese families learning their boys, now 6 years old, were switched at birth.
Performances, production values, horse magic and miracles mark a less-than-miraculous rendering of the Helprin fantasy novel.
Paulina Garcia won 2013 Berlin best actress honors for "Gloria," as a Chilean divorcee determined to date, dance, drink and embrace life.
Dangerous liaison? Not so much in remake of 1981's "Endless Love" starring Alex Pettyer and Gabriella Wilde as besotted young couple.
"About Last Night" starring Michael Ealy and Kevin Hart fast-forwards 28 years and moves the romcom action from Chicago to Los Angeles.
"The Past," with "The Artist" actress Berenice Bejo, shapes the present and future in domestic drama from the director of "A Separation."
27 years after original, "RoboCop" gets a reboot with Joel Kinnaman as part man, part machine in a futuristic and crime-ridden Detroit.
The self-aware horror/action comedy based on Riochelle Mead's books sits on the border between "Twilight," "Harry Potter" and "Buffy."
This year's powerful, devastatingly good crop of Oscar short documentaries is here and available for your inspection.
George Clooney's "The Monuments Men" is an ambitious action drama based on the true story of a truly great treasure hunt.
Surprise! 'The Lego Movie' is a hilarious thrill ride.