Sidney Poitier — who died at age 94 last week — was an agile actor who could nimbly shift between drama and comedy. And both qualities are on display in 1963’s “Lilies of the Field.”
2021 was a big year for movies. Long delayed blockbusters like “No Time To Die,” “Dune” and “Candyman” came roaring back into theaters, even as intriguingly original indies continued to pop up on more and more streaming platforms. Here are 2021's must-see movies.
How do you follow up a perfect movie? It’s a question that’s haunted “The Matrix” franchise since the Wachowskis changed sci-fi action cinema forever in 1999. And it’s one that explicitly sits at the heart of this long-awaited fourth installment, which is set for a simultaneous release in theaters and on HBO Max. Film critic Caroline Siede reviews.
Tubi, FOX's free, ad-supported streaming service, has entered a deal to produce multiple projects in partnership with Village Roadshow Entertainment Group as part of its new “Black Noir Cinema” initiative. First up on the docket are two films to be produced by NBA MVP Kevin Garnett and legendary director/producer Oz Scott (“Black Lightning,” “S.W.A.T.”).
As “West Side Story,” “Encanto” and “Bo Burnham: Inside” make clear, 2021 may not have been a year worth singing about, but it was certainly a year with no shortage of singing.
Tom Holland's Peter Parker webslings back into theaters with “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” the hotly anticipated, widely buzzed-about superhero extravaganza from Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios. Film critic Caroline Siede reviews.
For his new take on “West Side Story,” director Steven Spielberg pulls from the beloved 1961 movie musical as well as the original Broadway stage show, while adding a few new elements of his own. This is “West Side” as you’ve seen it before, and also as you haven’t.
Steven Spielberg takes a fresh look at a classic musical, Keanu Reeves re-enters “The Matrix,” Nicole Kidman plays a comedy giant, Bradley Cooper joins a carnival and Tom Holland’s Spidey swings into the Marvel multiverse, to name just a few of the films with bold-faced names arriving in theaters this month.
Season three of “LEGO Masters” will premiere in 2022 on FOX. The series is currently casting; potential future LEGO Masters can apply online at https://www.legomasters.tv. Those who just want to watch the show, however, can find the first two seasons streaming for free on Tubi.
The reality series, set to premiere Dec. 1, centers on a group of candy artists and enthusiasts who create just about anything out of tasty confections.
These dramedies understand that family comes with its own ups and downs. And, best of all, they’re all streaming (for free!) on Tubi. Film critic Caroline Siede has more.
Ridley Scott's sprawling "House of Gucci" is like Shakespeare by way of the soapiest soap opera, says film critic Caroline Siede.
Lin-Manuel Miranda’s highly anticipated movie musical “tick, tick...BOOM!” has arrived on Netflix. To celebrate, the streamer brought together five performing arts high schools and programs from across the country to create a unique rendition of “Louder Than Words,” one of the beloved numbers from the cult classic stage-show-turned-movie-musical.
Chef and author David Chang discusses the future of food and how questions about that future have shaped his new Hulu series "The Next Thing You Eat."
FOX has renewed “Fantasy Island,” the contemporary sequel/reboot of the classic TV series of the same name, for a second season. The aspirational fantasy drama will also return for a special holiday episode, airing Dec. 21, before season 2 arrives sometime next year.
Like "The Masked Singer"? There's a lot more where that came from, thanks to a new first-look deal between FOX and Wonwoo Park, creator of the hit international franchise “The Masked Singer.”
A wildly charismatic cast and a lot of stylishness can't entirely make up for the shortcomings of "The Harder They Fall," but they come close. Film critic Roxana Hadadi digs into Netflix's new Western.
The former NBA player and mental health advocate offered advice to Olympic gymnast Simone Biles amid her ongoing mental health struggles.
Haunted houses are a horror staple, but one of the genre's most famous isn't a house, but an apartment. Film critic Emma Fraser looks at the importance of place in "Rosemary's Baby."
Woody Harrelson, John Goodman, Tiffany Haddish, Pete Davidson and others are set to light up the screen in Tubi’s forthcoming adult animation series “The Freak Brothers.”