Actress Angelina Jolie was made an honorary dame and actor Daniel Day-Lewis given a knighthood in U.K. honors announced late yesterday to mark Queen Elizabeth II’s birthday.
Inspired by a true story and a century of wise guys, flatfoots and better movies, Ruben Fleischer’s garish, hardboiled “Gangster Squad” rat-a-tats its way from one misfire to the next.
“The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel” is a creaky Indian guesthouse that seven British retirees check into as they go looking for a better life.
Shirley MacLaine reinvigorates “Downton Abbey” with a brash performance and some grand Norma Desmond-in-training finery.
An El Bulli traveling show, David Bowie, Anna Chancellor and a beach in Camden Town are our choices for London this weekend.
Pow, zap and any other comic book exclamation fits the bill for “The Avengers,” Joss Whedon’s sure-thing blockbuster that also happens to be a terrific movie.
“Private Lives” has Kim Cattrall as the tempestuous bride who discovers her ex-husband honeymooning at the same French hotel.
As an Anglophile, I’m as pathetic as the next chap.
The action film “Unknown” from Time Warner Inc. finished as the top film with ticket sales of $25.6 million in U.S. and Canadian theaters over the four-day Presidents Day weekend.
“Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2” rolled out to the screams of sleepless fans in London yesterday, the final production in a film franchise that has made $6.37 billion at the global box office so far.