The Forgotten Part of The Fugitive’s Legacy: Saving China’s Flailing Movie Theaters

This week marks the 25th anniversary of the release of the Harrison Ford-Tommy Lee Jones 1993 classic The Fugitive, and the retrospectives have been flowing in, from The Atlantic to SceenCrush. “The Fugitive acts as […]

Netflix Review: Like Father Doubles as a Royal Caribbean Ad

Netflix’s new Original Movie Like Father feels a bit like Kristen Bell’s family and Seth Rogen’s family were planning to take a cruise together and then halfway through the planning they decided to just make […]

Film Review: Leave No Trace Lends a Gentle Hand to a Serious Mental Health Crisis

“Do you struggle to stay happy?” Such a simple question is all it takes to send Ben Foster into an emotional tailspin in writer-director Debra Granik’s wonderfully introspective new movie Leave No Trace. Foster plays […]

Ant-Man and the Wasp is Finally Hitting Key International Markets. How’s That Working Out So Far?

Every four years, the majority of the world – other than the U.S., of course – goes crazy over the World Cup, which lands smack dab in the middle of the summer and runs for […]

6 Story Pitches for Star Trek’s New Jean-Luc Picard Show

Patrick Stewart’s career has been blessed. Just last year, he said goodbye to the beloved sci-fi character, Charles Xavier, he played off and on for nearly two decades. Now, he’s returning to that other beloved […]

How the Justice Department’s Review of Decades-Old Film Distribution Rules Could Impact Ticket Prices

From roughly 1905 to the release of The Godfather in 1972, movie ticket prices fluctuated wildly depending on day, type of movie, region of the country, and specific theater. Ironically, even though it had been […]

Why Do We Care So Much About Box Office?

I’m a guy. I’m in my 30s. I have a college degree. And I’m currently a member of a fantasy sports league. Such a cliche, right? According to the Fantasy Sports Trade Association, the average […]

Something Rotten?: The Gender Bias in Rotten Tomatoes’ The Spy Who Dumped Me Reviews

Two weeks ago, a new study concluded female film critics like movies with female leads as well as movies with female directors more than their male counterparts. Through sheer coincidence, Hollywood is offering up two […]

One Mob Got James Gunn Fired. Another Can’t Get Him Re-Hired. Apparently.

Look up the definition of awkward in the dictionary right now and it might show a picture of James Gunn sitting around a table talking to other Marvel Studios directors as part of a clearly […]

Turn Out the Lights, The Party’s Over – Even After Its Recent Moves, MoviePass is Still Losing $2 Per Subscriber

“We are the fastest-growing entertainment service, with no free trials. Everybody’s paying. We have a deep-pocketed backer that is prepared to fund us all the way.” That’s MoviePass CEO Mitch Lowe earlier this year, talking […]