Movies

‘The Death of Stalin’ Trailer Is Going to Make You Laugh Out Loud

Why not laugh about the end of a tyrant's reign? "The Death of Stalin" is an upcoming comedic look at the power struggle that went on after Stalin's death in 1953.

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Podcast: Ingrid Goes West, Annabelle: Creation and More!

In this week's movie review podcast, we discuss five opening films, including "Ingrid Goes West" and "Annabell: Creation."

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Top 10 Movies of 2017 (Up to This Point)

Here are Joel Amos' top 10 movies of 2017, so far...

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Trailer: ‘Unleashed’ Looks Like Four-Legged Fun

What would you do if your pet turned into a totally perfect guy to date? Such is the dilemma in the new comedy "Unleashed."

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Overview of the ‘Planet of the Apes’ Franchise

We look back at all of the Planet of the Apes films

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Watch the Creepy Trailer for Jennifer Lawrence’s ‘Mother!’

Jennifer Lawrence looks like she might be in a bit of trouble in Darren Aronofky’s psychological thriller "Mother!"

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This ‘Wonder’ Trailer Should Warm Hearts

Julia Roberts and Owen Wilson play the parents of an extraordinary boy in the family drama "Wonder."

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First Look at James Brolin as Cable in ‘Deadpool 2’

Here Josh Brolin is as Cable, a mercenary who teams up with our favorite mutant, Deadpool, in the second installment of the Deadpool series.

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Podcast: Detroit, Wind River, Dark Tower

Kathryn Bigelow, Jeremy Renner, and Elizabeth Olsen highlight this week's podcast.

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Check Out How To Train as ‘The Hitman’s Bodyguard’!

ScreenPicks correspondent Landon Johnson got a thrill of a lifetime training to be a "The Hitman's Bodyguard," courtesy of the folks at Lionsgate!

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Movie Review: ‘Detroit’

"Detroit" is a difficult movie to sit through but the poignancy and craftsmanship make it one of the year’s best.

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This ‘Goodbye Christopher Robin’ Trailer Just Warms Our Hearts

Anyone who loves the Winnie The Pooh books – and who doesn't? – here's "Goodbye Christopher Robin," a movie that takes a look at how author A.A. Milne created his timeless stories from his son's toys.

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Movie Review: ‘The Dark Tower’

"The Dark Tower" is a hodgepodge, confused but ultimately entertaining in a fun action fantasy way. Erica Corbin reviews...

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Movie Review: ‘Wind River’

"Wind River" is a captivating thriller from first-time director Taylor Sheridan, writer of "Sicario" and "Hell or High Water." Erica Corbin reviews...

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Top 10 Movies That Take Place in Detroit

Here are the top 10 films set in the mecca of motorcars, Detroit.

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