DreamWorks Pictures Based on an incredible true story, "Green Book" follows Frank "Tony Lip" Vallelonga, a messy, uncultured Italian New York bouncer who is tasked with being the driver of
Walt Disney Animation Studios Walt Disney Animation Studios is back with their newest animated feature, "Ralph Breaks the Internet." The first sequel Disney has done since "Fantasia 2000," the film
Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images for MGM Pictures This Thanksgiving weekend marked the release of the newest installment in the beloved "Rocky" franchise, "Creed II." In 2015, Ryan Coogler brought
"Ralph Breaks the Internet" (Nov. 21) Walt Disney Animation Studios This year's set of Thanksgiving weekend releases are a force to be reckoned with, with Disney's sequel to "Wreck-It-Ralph" (2012)
What does a film involving hippie detectives, neo-Nazis, drug smugglers and a missing rich guy create? Surprisingly nothing that exciting. Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson (“There Will Be Blood”), “Inherent Vice” is set in 1970 and follows private investigator/hippie Doc Sportello (Joaquin Phoenix, “Her”) who’s hired by his ex-girlfriend Shasta (Katherine Waterston, “Michael Clayton”) to track down her missing current lover, a real-estate mogul named Michael Z. Wolfmann (Eric Roberts, “The Expendables”).