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“The Tale of the Princess Kaguya,” the fourth of the five Oscar nominees for best animated movies to play in Pittsburgh, arrives Saturday.
“I love your mom’s cookies” may go down in history as the most hilariously inappropriate double entendre ever spoken on film.
Jennifer Aniston tries to have her slice of acting-cred pie in “Cake,” a downbeat look at a well-off LA woman living with chronic pain.
New on DVD: “Boxtrolls,” “Lucy,” “The Drop” and “Annabelle.”
Clint Eastwood and actor Bradley Cooper tell the story of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, the most lethal sniper in American military history.
Michael Mann’s cyber-thriller “Blackhat” lacks chills.
“Little Accidents,” opening in Dormont, places secretive characters and the aftermath of two accidents in West Virginia coal country.
“Titans of the Ice Age” takes viewers back to the time when mammoths and other now-extinct species roamed the earth.
“The Wedding Ringer” marries comedy with Josh Gad as a friendless groom and Kevin Hart as the stranger he hires to be his best man.
“Paddington” brings a beloved bear to life in a sweet, PG-rated movie featuring the voice of Ben Whishaw as the title character.
“Gone Girl,” “Men, Women & Children,” “The Two Faces of January,” and “A Walk Among the Tombstones” hit store shelves.
“Taken 3” tweaks the conventions set in the previous two movies and still offers some thrills.
“Selma” spins the clock back 50 years and recounts the historic march to Montgomery with the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. leading the way.
Paul Thomas Anderson’s adaptation of Thomas Pynchon’s “Inherent Vice,” an existential shaggy dog story, sure is difficult to follow.
Possible foreign-language Oscar contender "Force Majeure" unleashes an avalanche of questions for a Swedish family vacationing in the Alps.
Also new on DVD: “Get On Up” and “Love Is Strange.”
This sequel lacks the one big thing the original film’s star, Daniel Radcliffe, provided — empathy.
In her feature-film debut, director Ana Lily Amirpour has ensured that “A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night” will roll on in your memory.
“The Equalizer” and “Tusk” migrate to store shelves.