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Annette Bening taps into the never-say-die attitude repeatedly and captures why some thought Diana Nyad was such a difficult person to embrace.
In the new rom-com, “What Happens Later," Meg Ryan and David Duchovny are former lovers who meet accidentally in a regional airport when a storm moves in.
While others were willing to criticize moves that resulted from nerves, Paula Abdul pointed out how the rest of the work fit nicely in the bigger picture. A 10 for Paula? Oh, yeah.
All “Equalizers” are not equal. Edward Woodward’s was sly and dashing. Queen Latifah’s is cunning and active. Denzel Washington’s? He’s silent and sedentary.
David Oyelowo spent 8 years trying to get a film made about Bass Reeves, one of the first Black U.S. deputy marshals west of the Mississippi. And now? There’s "Lawmen: Bass Reeves." "That’s the power of Taylor Sheridan,” says writer/showrunner…
In “Five Nights at Freddy’s,” a troubled guy takes the job as guard at a pizza restaurant and discovers Freddy and the gang have a life of their own. As the PG-13 horror film haltingly moves along, we discover there…
Like "Green Book," Alexander Payne’s look at an unlikely friendship shows how circumstances often bring the most disparate people together.
Xochitl Gomez appeared to have injured her ankle after a contemporary dance and had to be carried to the judges. She waved it off, however, and managed to score in the “Monster-Thon” dance marathon that followed. The result: She was…
Totally predictable, “Gran Turismo” doesn’t have the kind of photography that would make this seem like a 1960s Cinerama epic. It’s a fairly scrappy film, filled with drone shots that track the cars but don’t get in the way.
Choreographer Kate Prince took Sting’s hits and used them as the basis for “Message in a Bottle,” a dance program that tells the story of a family forced to leave their homeland and embark on a journey to freedom.
There was a moment of perfection in Tuesday’s “Dancing with the Stars” but it didn’t come during the competition. Instead, it was a tribute waltz done in memory of original head judge Len Goodman.
DVD Review: "Mission: Impossible – Dear Reckoning, Part One" entertains – no doubt about it – but it didn’t need to reach so far so often just to keep the clock ticking.
During the filmed version of her recent concert tour, young fans rise, sing, cheer and applaud the dozens of elaborate production numbers. The experience is close to being at the real thing.
Visually, "Lessons in Chemistry" hits all the right notes. It looks like the story of a woman in the 1960s. It moves like an expensive vehicle; sadly, it doesn’t have any of the fun – or surprise – of the…
Detailing the way outsiders preyed on the Osage Nation in the 1920s, the sprawling "Killers of the Flower Moon" wrings out moments that will remind you of other great films – a little “Godfather” here, a little “Giant” there and…
The one who was good – Adrian Peterson – was eliminated from the competition. Truthfully, he was not the worst.
"Night Court's" best lines are given to the “non-stop freak show” called into court. Those misfits (public urination also brings out a mascot) afford the comedy’s producers an opportunity to pack the house with recognizable faces.
In “Gen V,” a spin-off from “The Boys,” nothing is predictable. Just when you think it’s going to be another college series, characters veer left and, in some cases, become even more corrupt than members of The Seven.
The new Exorcist film, "Exorcist: Believer," has two possessed teenagers, an ecumenical look at exorcism and a guest appearance by Ellen Burstyn as the actress who had to put up with a head-spinning daughter 50 years earlier.
In the new "Goosebumps," five teenagers investigate the death of a teen named Harold Biddle. In the process, they discover truths about themselves and their families.