These films are coming to Kansas City: “The Light Between Oceans,” “The Sea of Trees,” “Morgan,” “The 9th Life of Louis Drax,” “Lo and Behold,” “Phantom Boy,” “Our Little Sister,” “I Am Not a Serial Killer,” “In Order of Disappearance.”
The horror movie "Don't Breathe" has reason to let out a big sigh of relief. Audiences turned out in droves for the late summer thriller, which brought in $26.1 million, according to studio estimates released Sunday.
After falling in love with the novel, director Derek Cianfrance knew he had to turn “Light Between Oceans” into a film. And he found a special place to make it happen. Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander star.
Elizabeth Wood's feature directorial debut "White Girl," starring "Homeland's" Morgan Saylor, exploded at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, and for good reason. This arresting film will haunt you, sticking around with all the tenacity of a bad hangover. It's a wild nightmare of girlhood in New York City, a compendium of the miseries and ecstasies of being female. Sex and the city never seemed so horrifying.
School's back in session, the days are getting a tiny bit shorter and "Suicide Squad" is finally starting to drop out of theaters. In other words, the fall movie season is upon us, ready to renew your faith in Hollywood with an assortment of serious, ambitious pictures that kick off the race for next year's Oscars.
A pair of new movies shows little promise of unseating last weekend's surprise horror hit "Don't Breathe" from the top of the domestic box-office charts, as Hollywood's rocky summer blockbuster season limps to its quiet close.
When Andrew Ahn came out as gay, he was told by his Korean father that gay Koreans didn't exist, that being gay was an American concept and he was gay only because he was Korean American. That statement left Ahn feeling "fractured, like your Korean identity and your gay identity can't live in the same place," he said.
Ratings by the Motion Picture Association of America are: (G) for general audiences; (PG) parental guidance urged because of material possibly unsuitable for children; (PG-13) parents are strongly cautioned to give guidance for attendance of children younger than 13; (R) restricted, younger than 17 admitted only with parent or adult guardian; (NC-17) no one 17 and younger admitted.
A glamorous, worldly dressmaker returns to her small Australian hometown to seek the truth behind her notorious reputation. As she starts to unravel her scandalous past, she transforms the town’s women with her exquisite creations. Armed with only her sewing machine and haute couture style, Tilly shows she is a force to be reckoned with and that revenge never goes out of style.
The 30th edition of AFI Fest will open with the world premiere of "Rules Don't Apply" on Nov. 10 at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. Written, directed and produced by and starring Warren Beatty - recipient of the American Film Institute's Life Achievement Award and an Academy Award winner - the film then opens on Nov. 23.