Joyful Noise, Contraband, Beauty and the Beast 3D all debut this weekend. Critics are touting Joyful Noise as one of the year's best films, while Contraband and Beauty and the Beast 3D each have their strengths.
From The Dark Knight to the Great Gatsby, 2012 is set to have some blockbusters on the big screen. You'll want to mark these six flicks down as must-see movies.
As the year ends, movie houses are trying to get their end-of-year blockbusters out. Today, thousands will flock to movie theaters where they can take in a half a dozen major releases of all themes and plot lines.
It's a weekend of new movies, though most are in somewhat limited release. Of the three big debuts, Mission Impossible seems to be generating the most positive buzz, especially when considering this is the fourth issue from a series that had sputtered recently.
Winslet, who made her debut in Titanic 14 years ago, plays one half of a couple in a dispute with another couple after their sons get in a playground fight. The movie debuts in the U.S. on Dec. 16
Harry Morgan, well-known as the actor who portrayed Col. Sherman T. Potter on the long-running TV show MASH, died on Wednesday at age 96.
A record number of sequels, reboots and spin-offs made it onto the silver screen this year and in fact comprised nine of the top 10 grossing films of the year. But, in 2012, there's reason to believe a more creative bent will return.
Hugh Grant, Sally Dower and other victims of the British media's phone hacking testified before a British committee examining media excesses and bad behavior. It seems likely that new regulations will come from these actions.
Stephenie Meyer‘s Twilight novels are nearing the end of their on-screen run. Breaking Dawn Part 1 made it to the theaters across the country on Friday.
Practically ripped from the headlines, Margin Call depicts the last days and hours of a Wall Street investment firm that is about to lose its shirt. It depicts the decisions people make in those circumstances and, perhaps most importantly, why.