Multi-platinum singer Adele fired up the rumor mill last year with an enigmatic Tweet that hinted at a new album in the second half of
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Fifty Shades of Grey is filed with retrograde ideas of gender, empowerment, and agency made semi-bearable by a comedy-filled first hour
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That’s right folks (yeah I said it), Michael Scott’s favorite show Queer as Folk will be celebrating their tenth reunion at the ATX Television Festival
There’s war coming, all-out war, all-out civil war, to Panem, the fictionalized future successor to the United States central to Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games trilogy
If it's Oscar season, it's also biopic season (and vice versa). See if The Theory of Everything is worth seeing.
During SXSW 2014 in Austin, Texas, Simon Helberg and Jocelyn Towne brought their true-life relationship misadventure to the big screen for everyone to see with
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201 people put on various Tetris pieces costumes and attempted to set a new world record at Stan Lee’s Comikaze Expo in Los Angeles, CA
Nightcrawler is a scathing, scabrous study in sociopathy and the excesses of capitalism
Filmmaker Spike Lee’s considerable shadow hangs over writer-director Justin Simien’s feature-length debut, Dear White People, a multi-character, multi-story satire of conflict-ridden campus life at a
THE BOOK OF LIFE is visually inventive, but narratively disappointing
Annabelle is a surfeit of shocks, scares, and surprises, but falls short in everything else