Anyone who had children born after the turn of the century probably has extensive experience with Dora, a 7-year-old Latina girl, her anthropomorphic monkey Boots and her talking backpack.
Last month, an unorthodox comedy appeared in a handful of movie theaters across the country. The closest it got to the Tampa Bay area was a limited engagement at Barnstorm Theater in The Villages and at the Bill Cosford Cinema, a single-screen, art-house cinema serving the University of Miam…
Let’s get this out of the way: It’s virtually impossible to analyze “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” without revealing significant plot points. If you haven’t seen the film and you don’t enjoy a big bowl of frosted spoilers with your morning coffee, please set this review aside and return to …
Two things about director Danny Boyle’s new romantic comedy: First, Boyle owes a debt of gratitude to “Bohemian Rhapsody,” last year’s Queen biopic; and second, Hollywood has brainwashed me into looking for villains in every movie.
TARPON SPRINGS — Tarpon Arts — the city of Tarpon Springs’ Department of Cultural Services/Division of Arts & Historical Resources — will host its first-ever international film festival this summer.
It’s 1975 and I’m sitting on the edge of my bed, eyes fixed to the 11-inch screen of a portable black-and-white television set. On an otherwise unmemorable Saturday afternoon, Dr. Paul Bearer — as portrayed by Dick Bennick Sr. — launches a barrage of hideous puns in his gravelly voice before…
Evocative cinema can sometimes be difficult to experience. Such is the case with “Charlie Says,” a new film about Charles Manson, his followers and the crimes they committed 50 years ago.
Welcome to Ryme City. It’s a place where humans and Pokémon live together. Pokémon battles aren’t allowed — although there is an illegal underground fighting arena.
The crowded courtroom scenes in the second half of the new Netflix film “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile” attempt to portray the excesses of our collective morbid curiosity.
“Avengers: Endgame,” the latest installment in the sprawling Marvel Cinematic Universe, provides a rewarding finale to the Infinity Stone saga. More than fulfilling, it’s triumph and tragedy, action and comedy and hope and despair, all woven into a stirring tale of determination, courage and sacrifice.
TBN Entertainment Editor Lee Clarke Zumpe and his daughter took on a task worthy of a superhero: spending three weeks watching, reviewing and ranking all the MCU films.
How weird is it that the weekend New Line Cinema premiered “Shazam!” in movie theaters, “Captain Marvel” is still raking in cash at the box office.
Believing an elephant can fly may turn out to be easier than believing Walt Disney Studios needed to make a live action adaptation of its 1941 animated classic film of the same name.
It’s what all True Believers have been waiting for since the closing credits of 2018’s “Avengers: Infinity War.”