From blockbuster sequels to 3D spectaculars, we take a look at the must-see movies of the holiday season.
Looking to curl up on the couch with a good movie? Your toughest decision may not be what to watch but how.
Looking back on it, the summer of 2011 hasn’t really delivered on a promise to be a carefree time when all the stresses of the winter months melt away as the living turns easy.
Lights, camera, action! Film buffs will have their fill of great movies in the next few months.
I think the boffo box office for “Rise of the Planet of the Apes” drops some clear hints about what people want.
While the midnight premieres have long since concluded, the magic remained for fans waiting to see Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 2 on Friday morning.
Every few weeks, I like to try to get away from all the hubbub of the news cycle and escape with a good movie.
Why are people losing interest in movie night out?
At the O’Neil Cinema in Londonderry N.H. the new Harry Potter movie shakes, rattles and rolls the seats.
On a weekend that Hollywood was largely content to cede to football and late-summer barbecues, Sony-Screen Gems’ “Resident Evil: Afterlife” led the box office.