|US Release Date||11/30/1936|
The Sundance lineup shows just how much attention indie films are getting nowadays from big-name actors.
Jennifer Lawrence charms in a 'Hunger Games: Catching Fire' adaptation that tops the first with fun, emotion, and its dreamlike demeanor.
Cockney Rebel frontman Steve Harley has thrown his support behind a campaign to block plans to build a solar farm close to his home in the English countryside.
The Cyberman are back on 'Doctor Who,' and this time it's very, very personal for the Doctor.
On this week's episode of 'Game of Thrones' titled "The Climb," happiness gets belayed, and we try to not make a bunch of Miley Cyrus jokes.
FX's 'The Americans,' starring Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys, is at its best in the season finale, which laid bare the inner workings of the FBI, Directorate S, and the Jennings family.
The latest evidence suggests not.
Well, hello Saruman and Frodo!
The biopic's hook is the MacGuffin — 'Hitchcock' leaves you hunting for it from beginning to end.
A national legend is turned into a riveting human character in Spielberg's surprisingly funny political drama.
|Peretz Hirshbein||Writer (adaptation)||adaptation||120896||4000002|
|Peretz Hirshbein||Play as Source Material||n/a||120972||4000003|
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.