From Muppets and mice to Ghostbusters and traditional Scrooges.
Golden boy Roy Hobbs meets a far different fate on the silver screen.
Even a Muggle can see this uplifting fantasy’s value in the face of grim realities.
Thirty years later, this Stephen King adaptation still sets the bar for movies about childhood.
Roald Dahl’s most golden ticket has never quite found the same shimmer on the silver screen.
Some rabbit holes shouldn’t be ventured down twice.
The 1967 cartoon, not Kipling’s stories, provide the bare necessities of this reboot.
The literary classic/zombie epidemic mash-up has become an outbreak in its own right.
Maximus, The Bride, Django, and now Hugh Glass.
How the Acclaimed Director Used an Ancient Comedy to Relate a Modern Tragedy.
Ridley Scott brings to life Mark Watney’s adventures on Mars.
The journey from techno-thriller to the action-adventure film we all love.