Rupert Everett goes (Oscar) Wilde in ‘The Happy Prince’

Rupert Everett is star, writer, and director of "The Happy Prince," his uneven account of the famous writer's difficult last years.

‘The Oath’ and the politicized Thanksgiving from hell: Don’t try this at home

Comedian Ike Barinholtz makes a black comedy about politics ruining Thanksgiving in 'The Oath.'

‘The Oath’ and the politicized Thanksgiving from hell: Don’t try this at home

Comedian Ike Barinholtz makes a black comedy about politics ruining Thanksgiving in 'The Oath.'

Reviews for Kermit Gosnell movie split on ideological lines upon its release

Gosnell: The Trial of America's Biggest Serial Killer opened last weekend with more than $1 million made at the box office

Reviews for Kermit Gosnell movie split on ideological lines upon its release

Gosnell: The Trial of America's Biggest Serial Killer opened last weekend with more than $1 million made at the box office
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Tinto closed until Halloween for movie filming in Center City

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Philadelphia Film Festival: New films, new plans to serve downtown movie-goers

The 2018 Philadelphia Film Festival offers a new slate of films, and news about plans to convert the old Prince into a four-screen complex with year-around offerings for the underserved Center City market.

John Cena’s newest gig? Children’s book author

John Cena will be at the Central Library of the Free Library of Philadelphia on Friday at 6 p.m. to sign copies of his children's book "Elbow Grease."

‘Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween’: Viewer beware, you’re not in for a scare

This family-friendly film might be worth waiting for OnDemand.

‘First Man’: A gritty, inspiring look at the sacrifices that put a man on the moon

In 'First Man,' Ryan Gosling plays astronaut Neil Armstrong, whose heroism is measured by the tragedy he endured on his way to his famous moon landing.

The Sundance Kid at sunset: Redford bows out gracefully in ‘The Old Man & the Gun’

In his final screen role, Robert Redford plays an incorrigible bank robber.

‘The Sisters Brothers’: A new take on the Western with fun chemistry between Joaquin Phoenix and John C. Reilly

John C. Reilly and Joaquin Phoenix are guns for hire in the Western 'The Sisters Brothers.'

What 'A Star Is Born' got right about hearing loss

Bradley Cooper's musician character suffers from hearing loss and tinnitus. Here's what we really know about the condition.

Why Neil Armstrong doesn't plant an American flag on the moon in biopic 'First Man' (and why people are mad about it)

The moon landing movie 'First Man' doesn't show astronaut Neil Armstrong planting the American flag. The screenwriter explains why.

Kathryn Hahn, Paul Giamatti run the fertility gauntlet in ‘Private Life’

Paul Giamatti and Kathryn Hahn are a couple exhausting their savings and themselves trying have a baby in the mordant comedy 'Private Life.'
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