This Netflix holiday flick exists at the high end of throwaway tis-the-season fare.
Our guide to the adaptation highs and lows of the onscreen Potterverse.
Blumhouse remains king of the modern techno-horror thriller.
The “1-800-273-8255” rapper will co-write Everything Must Go with Black-ish’s Lisa McQuillan.
Black caught up with the actors who played Freddy and Katie in Richard Linklater’s 2003 film.
Jason Reitman’s political biopic ultimately falls into the same kind of bad faith it condemns.
“It’s being written right now.”
The follow-up to Disney’s 2012 hit piles on the gags, but loses some of the heart.
The experimental music icon and the silver screen have been a perfect pairing.
“I do feel like his voice is missing from the current ones.”
The latest Harry Potter spin-off lacks so much of what appeals about its sister series.
The story follows a group of Chicago teenagers that band together to turn art into action within their community.