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Almost all of the stars check back in for “The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel,” and Richard Gere joins them in the gently comic sequel.
Something's monstrous in the rotten, vodka-soaked state of Russia in "Leviathan."
The aptly named “Unfinished Business” stars Vince Vaughn, Tom Wilkinson and Dave Franco as Americans struggling to close a deal in Berlin.
“Chappie” turns out to be a two-hour disaster that never for one moment works.
“Foxcatcher,” and “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay -- Part 1” comes to store shelves.
Will Smith and Margot Robbie star in the thriller “Focus.”
“Maps to the Stars” director and screenwriter lose their way in trying to depict “Hollywood types.”
“The Lazarus Effect” is disappointingly predictable.
Jemaine Clement, from "Flight of the Conchords," plays an old Transylvanian in a merry send-up opening Friday at the Hollywood in Dormont.
New on DVD: "Whiplash," "Big Hero 6," "Horrible Bosses 2," "Code Black."
A last chance for a high school coach provides the first real chance for a better life for teen runners in “McFarland, USA.”
Mike Leigh’s biopic about the life of British painter J.M.W. Turner is stunningly beautiful.
The Oscar-nominated “Timbuktu” may be grim at times, but the work of Malian filmmaker Abderrahmane Sissako deserves a large audience.
Climb into the “Hot Tub Time Machine,” revisit the first movie and skip the sequel, which saves its funniest bits for the end credits.
Actress Mae Whitman from “Parenthood” and ”The Perks of Being a Wallflower” lands back in high school as “The Duff” in a new teen comedy.
Mae Whitman goes back to school for “The Duff,” a teen comedy with a message about the peril of applying stereotypes to the young or old.
Other movies to hit shelves this week include “The Theory of Everything,” and “St. Vincent.”
The film earns laughs in some of the wrong places and frustration with a story that ends by setting the stage for the sequel.
Oscar front-runner Julianne Moore is exceptional as a linguistics expert, wife and mom who is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.
The slick, pseudo espionage-action film "Kingsman" rips off the tropes in better films of the genre.
Jason Schwartzman marches to his own dissatisfied drummer in "Listen Up Philip" in which he plays a self-centered, churlish writer.
'Nightcrawler,' 'Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day,' 'Kill the Messenger,' and 'Rosewater’ hit store shelves.
The only question that’s worth considering in “Seventh Son” is whether this B-movie is bad enough to cost Julianne Moore her Oscar.
“Jupiter Ascending” reaches for the stars but falls to Earth with an unnecessarily complicated sci-fi story from the Wachowski siblings.
SpongeBob’s second movie twists through time, space and even the live-action surface world.
The quality of these short documentary films is exceptionally high, though watching them all together is an emotional challenge.
“Dear White People” “John Wick” and “The Best of Me” hit store shelves.