'The Nice Guys,' 'Ratchet and Clack' and 'The Huntsman: Winter's War' make it to store shelves.
“War Dogs” is much ado about nothing, more “Whoa, dude-fellas” than “Goodfellas.”
Gritty, complex performances highlight the intriguing tale of bank robbing brothers seeking revenge.
The slave drama “Birth of A Nation” received rave reviews and awards at the Sundance Film Festival.
‘The Angry Birds Movie,” “God’s Not Dead 2” hit store shelves this week.
Meryl Streep channels the bizarre persona and horrendous voice of “Florence Foster Jenkins.”
“Pete’s Dragon” is sure to soar into the hearts of moviegoers.
Farm shows, fairs and music, all on the agenda for the coming weekend.
Actor and others with ongoing geek cred elevate Steel City Con in Monroeville, which remains a mecca for toys and collectibles.
German director Thorsten Schütte’s “Eat That Question” provides a portrait of the avant-garde icon, with concert footage and interviews.
Three short films made in Carnegie as part of the 48-Hour Film Project won several major awards, including Best Film, at the regional level.
The Flood City Music Festival in Johnstown, Brad Paisley at the Pavillion and a party in McKees Rocks all on the schedule for the weekend.
As gorgeous as this super-villain film is to look at, the story makes no sense.
Seven drum and bugle corps will compete Wednesday at Baldwin High School Stadium.
Matt Damon is back in the saddle as the CIA’s most lethal former operative in “Jason Bourne.”
For better or worse, and his latest is probably in between, the writer-director Woody Allen hits many of the same notes, jazz included.
Helping to honor the “Spotlight” star and Robinson native was John Lee Hancock, his director in the upcoming film “The Founder.”
He plays a widower who puts the kids through a regimen of physical workouts, home schooling and training in how to think for themselves.
Mary-Louise Parker, comedian Brent Morin and the old Pittsburgh Post-Gazette presses are among events on tap this week.
The actor, a Swissvale native and Kiski School grad, replaces Virginia Montanez as the magazine’s monthly columnist.
“Things have started to feel a little … episodic,” acknowledges the commander of the USS Enterprise in his famous captain’s log, three long
A crazy mom and her shadowy friend have a creepy bond that young protagonists strive to overcome in this low-budget horror film.
The Symphony, Country star Luke Bryan and the ladies of Heart all hit town this weekend.
Garry Marshall was an unabashed throwback to the family oriented comedies of television’s first generation of the 1950s and ‘60s.
Eddie and Patsy are back and better than ever in “Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie.”
The franchise approaches the milestone with “Beyond,” the third entry in the big screen reboot.
The Denzel Washington-directed movie of August Wilson’s prize-winning play will open a week earlier in New York and Los Angeles.
The “Ghostbusters” gender flip is entertaining and doesn’t damage the franchise.
The new arrangement aims to boost visibility of the city’s oldest and largest film festival, now entering its 35th year.
Nelly with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, The Warp Tour and Fitz and the The Tantrums all hit town this weekend.
The famed filmmaker shares insights to his craft and his life in this illuminating documentary.
The screening will feature highlights and interviews that document the team’s championship run.
Film that chronicles the most successful undercover sting operation in U.S. law enforcement history is bolstered by Bryan Cranston.
George Takei doesn’t believe “Star Trek Beyond” filmmakers should tamper with Gene Roddenberry’s original Sulu character.
“Shuffle Along” is shutting down with the loss of Audra McDonald, but there’s a long history of replacements who rocketed to stardom.
The lively new animated caper wins a big round of applause by critics at the preview.
“Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates” is more stupid than funny and makes little sense.
Pittsburgh Bicentennial celebration, Fireworks in New Castle and Bill Maher at Heinz Hall.
Cimino’s feature debut as a director would be with 1974’s “Thunderbolt and Lightfoot,” which starred Clint Eastwood and Jeff Bridges.
“Back to the Future” with the PSO, jazz trumpeter Etienne Charles, “Vanessa German: introspective” and more are on tap this week.
In Edgar Rice Burroughs’ latest “Legend” of the Apes on film, she’s still Jane and he’s still Tarzan — without a loincloth.
Dominic Rodriguez plans to enjoy hanging around with his furry friends Downtown even though he’s not allowed inside the convention center.
The dreamy wonderment of “The BFG” is sure to charm moviegoers.
“Night of the Living Dead” director is among the class of 2017 to be honored on historic walkway.
Fireworks and festivals are on tap for Independence Day throughout the Pittsburgh region.
Elle Fanning stars in a drama that explores the cutthroat modeling world.
Matthew McConaughey stars in a long but compelling and true Civil War tale about the rebellion against the rebellion.
Ewan McGregor stars and directs the movie that filmed locally last year.
The Chick Corea Trio, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra performance and the WYEP Summer Music Festival all scheduled for the coming weekend.
The talk-heavy drama has a couple of standout performances.