First off, something that you need to know about me before I launch into this review is that I love car action films. I enjoy car chases, races, and cars defying the boundaries of reality. Also, being familiar with the Need for Speed video games, I was certain that this movie was going to deliver it.
In it’s opening weekend, “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” trampled the competition and dominated the box office raking in $73 million.
Mark Wahlberg has long been a staple of the action genre and he’s at it again this Summer with the latest sequel to everyone’s favorite franchise, Transformers.
Instead of panicking and sending your kids to nearest summer camp you can find, why not enjoy a few summer blockbusters?
“X-Men: Days of Future Past” is projected to be the fifth best Memorial Day holiday weekend debut in box office history over a four-day period, just behind “Fast & Furious 6″ and above “The Hangover 2.”
Hollywood never gets bored with mothers. Over the years, they’ve glorified, vilified, and otherwise memorialized enough great mom characters to fill a book—and now, Richard Corliss has written just that with Mom in the Movies.
Netflix is preparing to raise its Internet video subscription prices by as much as $2 per month this summer to help pay for more programming such as its popular political drama “House of Cards.”
Many of the winners who will take home an Oscar on Sunday have long been forecast, their triumph made seemingly self-evident after months of anticipation. That is, except for one little category: best picture.
An attorney for Harold Ramis says the actor has died. Fred Toczek tells The Associated Press that Ramis died early Monday morning from complications of autoimmune inflammatory disease. He was 69.
The Disney Diamond Edition of The Jungle Book is a treasure. The movie has been re-mastered, making the colors brighter, images crisper, and adding depth to the picture.
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Will broadband providers start charging Internet services such as Netflix to deliver the massive amounts of data that streaming video and other content require?