It’s a lightweight coming-of-age delight stuffed with irresistible ’80s pop hits and fine original tunes.
The movie, which stars Russell Crowe, Jane Fonda and Aaron Paul, will open in theaters on July 8.
Two stunningly original films are part or the line-up for Pittsburgh’s Russian Film Symposium, which runs through Saturday.
It’s the first superhero movie to question the ethics and consequences of costumed vigilantism.
Aaron Stubna, ever active, is building up a movie house, off the beaten path. Installing a microbrewery is a good move, too.
Nikolai Gogol’s terrifying tale concerns the hideous Viy who rises up from underground in a gigantic tangle of roots and branches.
Parent company of 31st Street Studios in the Strip District says that it’s “business as usual” at the biggest soundstage between the coasts
CEO of 31st Street Studios’ parent company says, despite the filing, it’s “business as usual” at the biggest soundstage between the coasts.
Former allies turn on each other over government accountability in the new “Captain America” film from Marvel.
Gary Marshall’s “Mother’s Day” is a film even a mother couldn’t love.
Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele’s “Keanu” is perfectly cute and cuddly, though not uproariously funny.
Today marks the opening of Century Square Luxury Cinemas, touting seating options unlike anywhere else in the Pittsburgh area.
DreamWorks will become part of the Universal Filmed Entertainment Group, which includes Universal Pictures.
‘Ride Along,’ ‘Krampus,’ and the television show ‘Hot in Cleveland’ shows up on store shelves.
“Green Room” is a hackneyed and uninspired horror film with characters dying before moviegoers can even grow to care about them.
Vintage cars are among the sure signs of movie-making in the Hill District.
This Snow White spinoff movie is dwarfed by its predecessors — hardly the fairest of them all.
The baseball-flavored Linklater film gets much right about its era, but the writer-director delivers less than we’ve come to expect.
The story of McDonald’s founder Ray Kroc has been moved up to an Aug. 4 release.
Get the popcorn ready: We’re going to the big screen with a summer full of superheroes, sequels and remakes.
“Too Late” is a detective tale in five, uncut, 20-minute scenes that may be too cutting edge for its own good.
The ”Fences” actor-director reteams with his ”Training Day” director Antoine Fuqua and co-star Ethan Hawke in a remake of the 1960 Western.
Filmmaker James Cameron plans to make four sequels to his 2009 hit “Avatar.”
Kevin Costner gets somebody else’s noodle in order to save the world in the action-packed but silly “Criminal.”
The updated 3-D version of “The Jungle Book” is stunningly realistic.
The CAPA grad who starred in “Boardwalk Empire” is also appearing in ABC’s “The Family.”
This time, the shop rallies against shootings and gang violence in Chicago.
.Headlining the event are Scott WIlson, who played Hershel Greene on “The Walking Dead,” Anthony Daniels and Drea De Matteo.
Documentaries, a concert and Natalie Portman’s “A Tale of Love and Darkness” are on tap for the second and final week of JFilm festival.
First-person-shooter video game lovers should enjoy “Hardcore Henry.”
Melissa McCarthy’s “The Boss” offers a few laughs, but falls short overall.
“Demolition,” with Jake Gyllenhaal, Chris Cooper and Naomi Watts, builds on a widower’s confessional complaint letters to a vending company.
Rebellion is afoot in the teaser for the next ”Star Wars” film, which takes place before the events of 1977’s ”A New Hope.”
’Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ and ”NYPD Blue — Season Nine” comes to store shelves.
Kryptonite, car chases, Feds and a little kid highlight the supernatural sci-fi thriller “Midnight Special.”
15 movies covering topics from Israeli football to a lawsuit against God and Auschwitz survivors will play during festival’s first week.
Death becomes a gigolo, until it takes him, in ”Fire Birds,” while a widowed lawyer decides to sue God after the loss of his home and dog.
The 1950s landmark on Steubenville Pike is shutting down due to ”circumstances far, far beyond our control.”
“Halloween” director is doing his first live performances this summer.
Broadway co-stars Mykelti Williamson and Russell Hornsby will join Denzel Washington in Pittsburgh, according to Deadline.com.
A new documentary shows a Sewickley man’s complementary skills as an angler, book binder and collector.
Pittsburgh is among 13 American cities participating in the 12th annual Italian Film Festival USA showcasing contemporary films.
Tom Middleston stars in the biopic of the country legend who struggled with drug, alcohol and marital problems.
Director Gavin Hood stacks the drone and dramatic deck with Helen Mirren, Alan Rickman and Aaron Paul in the topical “Eye in the Sky.”
“Something Better to Come” follows the life a girl who lives in a European garbage dump for more than a decade.
In ”Concussion,” filmed and set in Pittsburgh, Will Smith portrays the doctor who linked repeated brain injuries and NFL players.
The film on study linking MMR vaccine to autism, later retracted by medical journal, won’t benefit public discussion, Robert De Niro says.
Oscar-winning actress Tilda Swinton will introduce “The Seasons of Quincy: Four Portraits of John Berger” at the Carnegie on April 19.
“Fastball,” a documentary that asks and answers who threw the fastest pitch on record, opens at the Harris Theater, Downtown, for a week.
Nia Vardalos is back as the writer and star of “My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2,” which brings college, marital and other comedic crises.