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From big-canvas family meltdowns to romances on a cosmic scale, the year in film did not disappoint.
Nutso yet often inspired, this Spidey reboot is well worth shelving your Spider-fatigue for.
Emily Blunt is hypnotically charming in the year's sweetest surprise—a big-hearted contact high.
Jason Momoa's surf-bro superhero is a welcome addition to a ponderous genre, but his movie as a whole is waterlogged.
Alfonso Cuarón dives into his Mexican boyhood with this absorbingly rich tribute to the resilient women who raised him.
Hazarding a wildly speculative guess, I think Stanley Kubrick would have loved Gravity. He would have been knocked out by Alfonso Cuarón’s zero-G realism and...
British filmmaker Lynne Ramsay’s third feature after ‘Ratcatcher’ (1999) and ‘Morvern Callar’ (2002) might be an adaptation of Lionel Shriver’s best-selling...
Oscar-winning director Steve McQueen swerves into the fast lane with an expertly plotted crime movie that’s a showcase for scrappiness.
Pawel Pawlikowski’s epic love story is an achingly romantic and melancholic joy.
Starring John C. Reilly and an inspired Steve Coogan, this biopic about the classic comedy double-act Laurel and Hardy is a sweet end-of-year dessert.
Looking for a fun date idea? Yes, drive-ins still exist. Enjoy your movie!
Movie theaters are a dime a dozen here in LA, but these eleven spectacular cinemas are a reel above the rest.
Dinner and a movie is a tradition as old as the cinema itself—at these spots, you can do both at once.
Love outdoor movies? Enjoy summer nights with this guide to the best places to watch films under the stars.
It's possible that no other genre of film hits home for people the way teen movies do.
The world knows Los Angeles better than it thinks.
Prepare to swoon at our loveliest of lists, the 50 most romantic films of all time.
From Snow White to Frozen, we explore the brilliant best and woeful worst of Disney animated films.
As long as there is fantasy in film, audiences will also yearn for the truth—or something close to it.