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The maker of "Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill" turns her attention to a different species of bird in the new documentary, "Pelican Dreams."
"The Expendables 3," "The November Man" and "What If" hit store shelves.
"Happy Valley" documentary provides an overview of what happened after Sandusky’s arrest, Paterno's death and the tarnishing of Camelot.
Three new movies, “The Theory of Everything,” “Penguins of Madagascar” and “Horrible Bosses 2,” will open long before the turkey is thawed.
“The Hunger Games” nears its final chapter as it splits the “Mockingjay” novel into two movies, one now and one due in November 2015.
"22 Jump Street," "If I Stay," "And So It Goes," and "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" hit store shelves.
“Dumb and Dumber To” lives up to its grammatically incorrect name.
The compelling new jazz tale showcases a hot young drummer and his riveting mentor-tormenter.
“Beyond the Lights,“ starring actress Gugu Mbatha-Raw, is about a singer whose sexy look and sound have been shaped by everyone — but her.
Political satirist Jon Stewart makes a smooth shift to movie director with “Rosewater,” a timely drama with ties to his television show.
Second week of Three Rivers Film Festival introduces a range of characters, from real-life tailors to a Canadian caught in Escobar's web.
"Jersey Boys," "Tammy" and "How to Train Your Dragon 2" head up new DVD releases this week.
Animated “Big Hero 6” celebrates brains, rather than brawn, as it assembles a team of youthful heroes along with one inflatable nursebot.
True to its name, “Laggies” starts slow but finishes on a winning note thanks to Keira Knightley, Sam Rockwell and Chloe Grace Moretz.
“On Any Sunday: The Next Chapter” goes global as it updates a definitive documentary about motorcycles released in 1971.
Film Festival's first week includes a Benedict Cumberbatch vehicle and a movie set in a Bloomfield rowhouse.
'Maleficent,' 'A Most Wanted Man,' 'Planes: Fire & Rescue,' and 'Hercules' hit stores this week.
“Interstellar” soars on a human level but likely may baffle you when it deals with wormholes, relativity and other space-age terms.
Jake Gyllenhaal, looking haunted and hungry, plays a petty thief turned amoral freelance news photographer in Los Angeles.
Moviegoers likely won’t forget the mystery thriller “Before I Go to Sleep,” thanks to leads Nicole Kidman, Colin Firth and Mark Strong.
Daniel Radcliffe taps into his devilish side in “Horns,” about a man who sprouts horns after being suspected in the murder of his
Black comedy "Birdman" soars, thanks to Michael Keaton and gutsy filmmaking by director and co-writer Alejandro G. Inarritu.
"Wish I Was Here," "Life of Crime," and "Deliver Us From Evil" hit store shelves.