An El Bulli traveling show, David Bowie, Anna Chancellor and a beach in Camden Town are our choices for London this weekend.
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.
Shirley MacLaine reinvigorates “Downton Abbey” with a brash performance and some grand Norma Desmond-in-training finery.
“The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel” is a creaky Indian guesthouse that seven British retirees check into as they go looking for a better life.
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.
As an Anglophile, I’m as pathetic as the next chap.
“Private Lives” has Kim Cattrall as the tempestuous bride who discovers her ex-husband honeymooning at the same French hotel.
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.
The romantic comedy “Just Go With It” opened in first place in U.S. and Canadian theaters, taking in ticket sales of $30.5 million for Sony Corp.