There was a real chance “All Quiet on the Western Front” might have beaten “Everything Everywhere All at Once” for Best Picture.
When Henry Fonda was near the end of his career, daughter Jane produced “On Golden Pond” and gave him the role of a lifetime.
Movie critic Bruce Miller says “Moving On” isn't the best that Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin have to offer as a comedic duo.
Hollywood loves to make movies about Hollywood.
Unfortunately, “Scream VI” goes on too long for its own good. By the time everyone gathers in that theater (spoiler alert), we’re just ready for someone to get ghosted.
Actor Guy Pearce and creator Alexander Cary talk about their experience making “A Spy Among Friends.”
LOS ANGELES – How do you play a man who betrays his country?
Grandma will love “A Man Called Otto.”
Rocky, after all, filled six films and got a second wind with the original “Creed.” Now, a new book has begun and Majors is just the actor to bring it to life.
In the movie world, some hotshot coach/player/attorney is always forced to lead a ragtag rec league in order to earn his way back to respectability. Kevin Costner, Emilio Estevez and Luke Wilson have been there.
It’s a juggernaut.
“Everything Everywhere All At Once” is likely to win Best Picture and a whole lot more at the Academy Awards.
Woody Harrelson can run. And jump. And coach basketball. But what he’s really good at, says "Champions" director Bobby Farrelly, is “doing something under pressure.”
Movie critic Bruce Miller says “Creed III” isn’t so much a boxing film as it is a look at the power of family. It’s very much about emotions a…
Bruce Miller talks with director Bobby Farrelly about his new film, “Champions,” staring Woody Harrelson. They also discuss Farrelly's previou…
If Brendan Fraser wins the Best Actor Oscar for “The Whale,” it won’t be because he wore a fat suit.
Producers had more than two hours to tell Whitney Houston’s story but “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” sidesteps a lot of issues, including the circumstances surrounding her death.
Living a dream: 'Everything Everywhere's' Ke Huy Quan can't believe the Oscar attention he's getting
If Ke Huy Quan wins an Oscar for his work in “Everything Everywhere All At Once,” he knows who’s on the thank you list – co-star Michelle Yeoh.
“She inspired me to get back into acting,” the Best Supporting Actor nominee says. “She gave me the courage to dream again, to give voice to this dream that I had for a long, long time.”
“Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania” opens with a cute TV show-like bit. And then? It turns deadly and doesn’t let up for hours.
If you remember when going to the movies was a big deal, take a look at “Empire of Light.” Set in England during the 1980s, it recalls a time when ushers, projectionists, concessionaires and ticket sellers created a world of excitement.
Movie critic Bruce Miller says “Magic Mike’s Last Dance” is a mess with so many hollow promises it’s difficult to get a handle on what the agi…
So you think you can make a sequel? Don’t keep anything that made the first two films successful. Then cook up some dumb plot about a theater, a bored, rich housewife and you get “Magic Mike’s Last Dance.”
Movie critic Bruce Miller says “80 for Brady” is really just a good idea that goes nowhere.
Ever wondered what inspired Steven Spielberg to go into filmmaking? “The Fabelmans,” his most autobiographical film to date, tries to explain.
If you’re going to make a movie called “80 for Brady,” it doesn’t hurt that there’s a Mount Rushmore of actresses helping it plod along.