Atrocity hides beneath a grandfather’s gentle smile in “The Act of Killing,” Joshua Oppenheimer’s remarkable, unnerving documentary portrait of barbarity and its lasting legacies.
For three decades, Amnesty International’s Secret Policeman’s Ball has brought together A- list comics and rockers for a fund-raising show in London.
“X-Men: First Class,” News Corp .’s fifth film about the mutants with super powers, was the top film this past weekend with $56 million in sales, the lowest since the original “X-Men” in 2000.
“The Hangover Part II” was the top film in the U.S. and Canada this weekend, generating $86.5 million in receipts for Warner Bros. , and making it the best debut ever for a comedy.
The arid, canyon-slashed Mars (sorry, Barsoom) looks awfully familiar in “John Carter,” Disney’s $250 million sci-fi extravaganza with the imprimatur of Edgar Rice Burroughs and the everything else of “Star Wars.”