Thanks to a weak showing for the Stephen King adaptation “Doctor Sleep,” the World War II movie took the top spot.
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Hollywood never really knew what to do with the actor and so it put him in broad comedies. But “The Irishman” shows what we’ve been missing for so long.
The star of “Last Christmas” shares the movies, books and baked goods that top her list of essentials.
For its new streaming service, Disney is reviving small movies in the mold of “Old Yeller.” Expect to see another doggone hero, Santa’s daughter and remakes of classics like “Home Alone.”
A French photographer said the director hit her and assaulted her when she was 18. She is the sixth woman to publicly accuse him of sexual abuse.
Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding star in a flatline of a romantic comedy.
Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson self-consciously uncouple in Noah Baumbach’s tender, stinging tale of divorce.
In this Stephen King adaptation, Ewan McGregor fights old and new demons.
An overstuffed war movie with characters who speak the language of exposition.
Catch a new take on the 2006 Disney Channel movie, and see the country music icon open up about her career.
The 35-year-old Swede has worked closely with Ryan Coogler and Donald Glover. Up next: the score for the “Star Wars” series “The Mandalorian.”
Daisy Haggard’s dark comedy about second chances hits Showtime, and “Rick & Morty” returns after a two-year hiatus.
The director sued the company after it canceled a four-movie deal because of a renewed focus on past sexual abuse allegations against Mr. Allen.
“Sesame Street” celebrates its 50th anniversary. And Netflix heads into the holiday season with “Let It Snow.”
Our guide to film series and special screenings.
John Cena and Judy Greer elevate this family comedy that won’t quite ignite.
Some friendships just aren’t made to last — an understatement for the one at the center of this sharp and stylish thriller.
The director is the 46th winner of the Chaplin Award. Past recipients include Martin Scorsese and Alfred Hitchcock.
Strengthening Disney’s historically not-so-great sisterhood.
A postman dashes through the snow with a certain toymaker in this animated holiday film.
The film is based on a novel about a reserved Englishwoman and a good-time American living in Japan.
Lesley Chilcott’s documentary on Paul Watson includes snippets of his “eco-vigilante” group’s widely publicized skirmishes.
The film, about a jaded veteran officer and his rookie partner, plays like an amalgam of the tropes of numerous TV and movie police procedurals.
In a film he wrote, the actor plays a version of his own father. Too bad the bullying character based on LaBeouf has little desire for introspection.
This film about a music workshop held at a city jail only sometimes transcends its role as an awareness tool.
Known as “the girl with the golden eyes,” she was seen in dozens of feature films and on television and sold more than 35 million records.
Lauren Greenfield turns a cool, clinical eye on the seemingly unsinkable, unstoppable former first lady of the Philippines.
Few films or books have entered the American lexicon as deeply as this mob chronicle, which is set to play a role at the Stone trial in Washington.
Grosses have slipped in the show’s second year, though lower ticket prices may benefit fans.
Under academy rules, international entries must predominantly be in a non-English language. It’s not the first movie to be disqualified for this reason.
Season 2 of “The End of the ____ing World” starts streaming on Netflix, and a live production of the beloved Disney classic airs on ABC.