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Dancing a foxtrot, last week’s “most improved” fell back into his old ways and moved his arms like he was swimming upstream.
In the new film, “Barbie,” writer/director Greta Gerwig paints a world where anything is possible, where girls can realize ambitions, dream big and call the shots – not unlike the activity that has swirled around the toy for decades.
Told through the eyes of little guys – dabblers in the market – the new film "Dumb Money," starring Paul Dano, Pete Davidson and Shailene Woodley, shows how a YouTuber was able to make a killing just by encouraging his…
Now, Oliver Dench says, "I’m at a stage where it’s important not to feel stifled…make the crazy choice and do something interesting.”
PBS' “The American Buffalo" is a look at the animal’s perilous journey and its leap from extinction. The story, Ken Burns says, is an “unmitigated tragedy."
Love is weird. The person you profess to love could be the one who’s doing you absolutely no good. Or so we learn in “Love…Reconsidered,” a mobius strip of a comedy that kicks off the Sioux City International Film Festival…
In the latest episode of "Dancing with the Stars," Jason Mraz continued his winning ways, topping the leaderboard tied with Xochitl Gomez, a Disney regular. Both got 24s, which meant the judges are inflating their scores early on.
While “Transformers” is nothing more than a way to extend the shelf-life of toy cars that twisted into robots, it does have the accessories young movie goers have come to love: car chases, battling ‘bots and humans in peril.
Written and directed by Chloe Domont, “Fair Play” has the same crackle as “Fatal Attraction,” the same surprises as “Promising Young Women.”
How did "The Empire Strikes Back" land when it was released in 1980? We dug into the archives for the original review. Saturday night, the Sioux City Symphony Orchestra will perform the score while the film runs at the Tyson…
Even though “Selling Sunset” and “Selling the O.C.” are based in the Oppenheim Group real estate firm, the folks in Orange County aren’t as work-centric as their Beverly Hills counterparts.
If there’s an “Expendables 5,” pray they hire a writer who could use the work. This plays out like Artificial Intelligence at its worst.
Too many social media stars mingled with the usual mix of reality stars. Interestingly, those with scandalous pasts got them aired on the opener.
Writers, apparently, were so enamored with their ability to play off the characters’ earth, wind, fire and water clichés they didn’t miss an opportunity to toss in two more. The result: 'Elemental' is an overstuffed metaphor for the world.
Season three of “The Morning Show” is all over the map and rarely on the set of the titular program. Bradley Jackson (Reese Witherspoon) is now hosting the UBA Evening News and Alex Levy (Jennifer Aniston) is trying to keep…
If you haven’t questioned Kenneth Branagh’s love of detective Hercule Poirot, you will now. In “A Haunting in Venice,” his latest Agatha Christie adaptation, he’s trying to figure out if a medium is a fake and why she's interested in…
The only grounded member of the clan is Aunt Voula (Andrea Martin) who has a great one-liner when you need it the most. She finds laughs even when director Nia Vardalos wasn’t counting on them.
Fans of the animated “Mermaid” may be eager to see what director Rob Marshall has done. His take is interesting, not revolutionary. The original, in fact, is more fun and moving.
When “The Inventor” brings Leonardo’s drawings to life, we’re party to a most remarkable use of animation. A visual treat (and a great history lesson), “The Inventor” shows how valuable following one’s passion truly is. Seeing is believing.
On “The Inventor,” the story of Leonardo Da Vinci during his experimental years, Alex Mandel had to write songs “pretty fast.” Many of the nine in the film were composed as Director Jim Capobianco saw a need.