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Tim McGraw steps in for Glen Campbell at the Academy Awards

Beverly Hills - Tim McGraw got a call from the academy and it had nothing to do with a country music award. This academy has something to do with movies - and music. It was the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

Review: New on DVD for January 27 Special

This week’s releases include an old and new war drama; an Oscar-nominated performance alongside a plain-clothed superhero; a captivating story of betrayal and vengeance in two parts; and a silly sequel to an exhausted franchise.

Review: ‘A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night’ is a new kind of vampire story Special

‘A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night’ is a skillfully constructed Iranian vampire love story from first-time writer/director Ana Lily Amirpour.

'Sniper' still solid as it wins again; Depp takes a dive

"American Sniper" played much bigger than expectations once again as it easily retains its box office crown.The estimate take for its second wide release weekend is $64.37 million. Going in, that figure was looking at around $40-50 million.

Review: Jennifer Aniston’s 'Oscar snub' for ‘Cake’ may not be unwarranted Special

‘Cake’ contains a marvellous performance by Jennifer Aniston, but being the best part of a film can sometimes be a disservice.

‘The Boy Next Door’ quickly loses its appeal Special

‘The Boy Next Door’ starts off steamy but gets cooler with every passing minute, and not even the hot bodies of Jennifer Lopez and Ryan Guzman can turn back up the heat.

Review: ‘The Humbling’ is a quirky comedy that embraces its insanity Special

Al Pacino stars in Barry Levinson’s ‘The Humbling,’ a film about an aging stage actor who’s lost his mojo and is simultaneously losing touch with reality. A plot that sounds familiar, but not quite.

'American Sniper' sets its sights on another win

UPDATE: "American Sniper" is beating expectations once again and will likely end around $60 million for the weekend. It has struck a cord with the public and will stay strong.

Review: Julianne Moore earns more than just an Oscar nom in ‘Still Alice’ Special

Julianne Moore delivers an outstanding performance in ‘Still Alice,’ in which she portrays a woman diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s.

Review: ‘Why Don’t You Play in Hell?’ is bloody good fun Special

‘Why Don’t You Play in Hell?’ is Sion Sono’s blood-soaked, comedic send-up to guerilla filmmaking and 35 mm film that concludes with a sword fight to glory.

Review: New on DVD for January 20 Special

This week’s releases include a few horror movies of varying quality; an Oscar-nominated animated movie; and the directorial debut of a veteran actor.

Review: ‘Appropriate Behavior’ introduces a fresh female voice in cinema Special

‘Appropriate Behavior’ is the novel story from up-and-comer Desiree Akhavan about a young Brooklynite attempting to balance being a good Iranian daughter and a politically correct bisexual.

Big box office boost for 'American Sniper'

UPDATE: It looks like the movie that gained greater on the Martin Luther King Jr holiday was "American Sniper" and not "Selma." Add $2 million more to "American Sniper" as it beat expectations all weekend long.

'American Sniper' to get a box office boost

The box office will get a boost by the recent Oscar nominations, but how much? For one film, probably a great deal. Overall, top film nominees are not big box office money-makers right now.

Review: 'Blackhat' isn’t getting past any quality filters Special

Michael Mann’s ‘Blackhat’ is a film fraught with problems as it tries to tell the story of a Chinese-American collaborative effort to apprehend a cyber-terrorist.

Review: ‘Paddington’ movie is sweeter than marmalade Special

‘Paddington’ is an absolutely delightful screen adaptation that tells the story of a young bear who moves from the Amazon to London in search of a new home and family.

Review: ‘Two Days, One Night’ is an inspiring one-woman tour de force Special

‘Two Days, One Night’ is the turbulent journey of one woman who balances desperation and determination as she attempts to convince her co-workers not to fire her.

Review: New on DVD for January 13 Special

This week’s releases include the end of an era on HBO; a start-ups worst nightmare; a meatier but familiar narrative; an excellent Kiwi horror comedy; a sweet love story; and every girl’s best friends from the ‘80s.

Directors Guild of America nominations offer an eye on Oscar?

A strong move on the way to Oscar glory comes through the Directors Guild of America (DGA). They announced their top five directors and Clint Eastwood is in, while Christopher Nolan is out.

Hulk smashes through new ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ trailer

The second trailer for ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ encompasses all the action not shown in the initial preview while balancing the heroes’ despair with fans’ excitement.

BAFTA loves 'Budapest'; all 24 Oscar categories go live

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) announced their movie nominations, just as The Golden Globe Awards take over Hollywood.

Review: ‘Taken 3’ closes the series with a thud, not a bang Special

Bryan Mills’ daughter is safe for most of ‘Taken 3’, but the same cannot be said for audiences seeking out the security of a formerly enjoyable franchise.

'Taken 3' to win while 'Selma' enjoys expansion

There will be a new champ this weekend at the box office. Liam Neeson and his "Taken 3" will escape with a likely win. How much it takes in remains to be seen.

‘Ant-Man’ teaser trailer no small matter (video)

Marvel releases full-length ‘Ant-Man’ teaser trailer, revealing new suit and possible emphasis on character development.

Review: New on DVD for January 6 Special

This week’s releases include a film that would be an awards contender in a dimmer year; a couple of strong first seasons; and two gripping thrillers that remind us not to allow strangers into our homes.

Producers nominate 'Nightcrawler'; leave out 'Unbroken,' 'Selma'

Los Angeles - The money people have spoken with their nominations for the best in movies for 2014. They also have TV, but this story is all the movies.

'Woman in Black 2' will not contend

There will not be a new winner at the box office as the first weekend of 2015 closes. A holdover in "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies" should once again emerge the victor.

Box office sinks in 2014

All is not well at the box office. As 2014 winds down, the movie box office will be off from last year. The real takeaway is that less people are seeing movies in theaters.

Sony gets $15 million from The Interview online

Sony has announced that its controversial comedy film about the assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has raised over $15 million in revenue from online streaming services since it became available on Christmas Eve.

Final 'Hobbit' wins; 'The Interview' stalls over long holiday

One wouldn't know it from the hype, but "The Interview" was never going to challenge for the top spot at the Christmas holiday box office.
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