“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.
Although "The Assassin" is technically a wuxia film — martial arts, swordplay — it is much more a film of stillness, quiet, beauty.
Actors including Michael Keaton dig into their roles as members of a Boston Globe investigative team and its story about clergy sex abuse.
The film franchise based on Suzanne Collins’ novels comes to an end in a serious manner.
From the unglamourous clothing and goodbye cakes to the occasional smell of a dead rat, “Spotlight” gets it right.
“Secret in Their Eyes,” a Hollywood remake of an Oscar-winning foreign thriller, misses the mark.
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.
“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 Man from U.N.C.L.E.” also hits store shelves this week.
An A-list cast, including Diane Keaton, John Goodman and Olivia Wilde, delivers a Pittsburgh-set holiday rom-com.
“My All American” tells the inspirational story of University of Texas player Freddie Steinmark who showed courage in the face of illness.
“The 33” shows how miners trapped 2,000 feet underground in Chile survived on tuna, cookies and hope for 69 days.
Brie Larson and Jacob Tremblay unlock the story of a mother’s love and the challenge and wonder of rejoining or entering the world.
“We Are the Ones” takes moviegoers to South Sudan where doctors try to prevent illness, deal with tribal divides and mend wounds.
“Terminator Genisys,” “Trainwreck” and “Mr. Holmes” are new this week.
“Spectre,” starring Daniel Craig, Christoph Waltz and Lea Seydoux, raises ghosts from James Bond’s past in grand, globe-trotting style.
“Court,” “In the Shadow of Women” and “Influenza” are among the four dozen films to be screened during the Three Rivers Film Festival.
New films reunite “Peanuts” characters, provide a shocking women’s history lesson and pair actresses as lifelong pals facing challenges.
“Inside Out,” “Vacation” and “The End of the Tour” come out on DVD this week.
“Burnt” reunites “American Sniper” stars Bradley Cooper and Sienna Miller in the overheated story of London chefs and Michelin stars.
Sandra Bullock goes to a Bolivian war room in an effort to elect an underdog candidate and stomp her rival, played by Billy Bob Thornton.
“Truth” looks at the 2004 CBS story that opened the door for Dan Rather to leave the anchor desk and network and for a producer to be fired.