Once considered a rich-guy dilettante, Bill Pohlad has earned admiration as a film producer. With the Beach Boys biopic “Love & Mercy,” he’s getting the same reaction as a director.
The push is on to change the film industry’s portrayal of military veterans.
REVIEW: Albert Maysles shows Apfel's ageless style in his last film.
REVIEW: The Bellas of “Pitch Perfect” hit the right note in a likable sequel that doesn’t produce glory, but it definitely supplies glee.
REVIEW: Cheap, short and slow, “Hot Pursuit” is a comedy that never lets you forget that pairing up Sofia Vergara with Reese Witherspoon should have worked better than this.
REVIEW: Danish director Thomas Vinterberg’s first-class adaptation turns the literary classic into a trim, largely faithful account, as darkly poetic as the novel, but finally more crowd-pleasing.
Nepalese animation expert who made disaster movie feels like he has seen it all before.
Female audiences are finding more movies in 2015 aimed at capturing their box office dollars.
The world’s biggest filmmakers and stars all vie for the spotlight at the Cannes Film Festival.
REVIEW: The most gut-wrenching action film in years, “Mad Max: Fury Road” — opens Thursday — is the rare B movie that is also a dynamic work of art.
He’s played baddies galore, but Matthias Schoenaerts faced a new challenge in “Far From the Madding Crowd.”
REVIEW: Boy meets girl meets needles in the bleak but terrific drama “Animals.”
REVIEW: “Saint Laurent” paints a touching and riveting retrospective of legendary fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent’s life and work.
Physical goofs and alternate takes can extend a moviegoer’s enjoyment, burnish a star’s legend – or fail miserably.
REVIEW: "Maggie" is a hodgepodge of young-adult, living-dead and illness-of-the-week movies, yet it feels sincerely stitched together.
Studios are anxious to win over young bloggers who help build excitement with the under-25 crowd.
Hollywood shamelessly marches forward into the past this season, bringing the likes of “Mad Max,” “Terminator” and the toothy stars of “Jurassic World” back onto the big screen.
His role as Ultron in the new “Avengers” fits into his acting strategy – that is, no strategy.