Chris Nashawaty

Senior Writer

Stephen King's It is here and it has plenty of scares
Fifty years ago, on Aug. 13, 1967, to be exact, Warner Bros. released a new kind of American gangster movie called Bonnie and Clyde
Matt Reeves’ War for the Planet of the Apes is the best Apes installment yet, regardless of whether we’re talking new or classic formula.
Baywatch: The rare movie that even the Teflon-coated, thousand-watt charisma of Dwayne Johnson can’t save.
A 2008 interview from EW that takes a look back at Roger Moore's career and how he became "the best Bond."
Guy Ritchie’s knights of the Round Table origin story, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, is two-plus hours of sorcery, swashbuckling, and supersize CG snakes and swamp rats
Gifted, a return to modest-budget Hallmark-shop sentimentality for filmmaker Marc Webb, is a custody battle melodrama that’s as schmaltzy as all get out
If it feels like Life succeeds in spite of itself, the important thing is that it succeeds
Entertainment Weekly reviews Hugh Jackman's Logan
EW reviews the cheeky new LEGO Batman Movie hitting theaters on Friday
Warren Beatty, who is directing and starring in Rules Don't Apply, says time has only helped him clarify the story he wanted to tell about Howard Hughes
The Oscar-winning filmmaker tackles his first film in over a decade, Rules Don't Apply, out in theaters this fall
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