"Dark Money" offers a small-scale but effective look at the way outside spending is influencing America's democracy
"Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again" is the kind of dreadful excursion that gives all movie musicals a bad name.
Classic horror film screens as part of AFI's celebration of monster movies of yore
The movie follows a youth sent to a conversion therapy camp by his religious parents
Johansson was criticized for initially dismissing the controversy over her decision to accept the role
"Skyscraper" will have you on the edge of wishing for the return of John McClane
Business Insider removed an opinion piece saying Johansson was a target of a "social-justice warrior mob"
Ant-Man and the Wasp may be a small-scale Marvel effort in every respect, but it still delivers a fun caper.
Whitney zeroes in on the Houston family dynamics that played a part in the singer’s rise and fall.
Producer David McFarland is hopeful that major league LGBTQ athletes will come out in the future
The president of Marvel Studios said they will introduce queer storylines for both new and old characters
Daniella Pineda said a line identifying her character as lesbian was cut for time
"A Kid Like Jake" has an interesting conceit: Its titular youth is seldom seen on-screen
The director tapped his experiences for a comedy starring Steve Coogan and Paul Rudd as a gay couple who inherit a son
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom trades theme park thrills for gothic chills, but it’s still not enough