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Movies on TV this week: ‘The Great Escape’ on TCM

Four Star Films, Box Office Hits, Indies and Imports, Movies A – Z FOUR STAR FILMS Top rated movies and made-for-TV films airing the week of the week of Aug 9 – 15, 2020 An American in Paris (1951) TCM Sat. 5 p.m. Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) TMC Tues. 3:35 p.m. TMC […]

U.S. judge ends decades-old movie theater rules set by Hollywood studios

A federal judge on Friday granted the U.S. government’s request to immediately end the Paramount Decrees, a set of antitrust rules from the late 1940s and early 1950s that ended Hollywood’s monopoly on producing, distributing and exhibiting movies. U.S. District Judge Analisa Torres in Manhattan said the Department of Justice “offered a reasonable and persuasive […]

Charlize Theron’s 10 best movies ranked

Charlize Theron turns 45 today. As an actor and producer, the Oscar-winner’s films have made billions worldwide. To wish the South African-born actress a happy birthday, we’ll share our 10 favorite films of hers. Read our picks (and honorable mentions) below: 10. The Devil’s Advocate (1997) A successful Florida lawyer (Keanu Reeves) is offered a […]

7 new movies that are going straight to streaming or On Demand – Insider

The 2020 movie release schedule is drastically changing. Some movies are even scrapping a theatrical release and being made available On Demand or streaming (or will be available at the same time as its theatrical release). “Mulan,” “Bill Ted Face the Music,” “The One and Only Ivan,” and “The Trial of the Chicago 7.” Keep […]

An American Pickle, She Dies Tomorrow, and 4 other great new movies

Hollywood’s long-held August ritual — dumping all the mediocre movies into theaters to get them off the studios’ slates — has been disrupted this year, for a simple reason: Movie theaters, by and large, aren’t open. Couple that with the ever-evolving release schedule and you get an unusually eclectic month of films, albeit mostly on […]

Drive-In Movies, Concerts Coming to Westfield Mission Valley and North County

Load the kids into the car because there’s something to do safely on this pandemic weekend (social distance and all): a new, pop-up drive-in event that’ll help support Feeding San Diego. Westfield Mission Valley plans to host “Movies Under the Stars” this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday in the mall’s parking lot area over by Chipotle […]

You can still go to movies

While many movie theaters around the state of Arkansas remain closed until further notice — due to the covid-19 pandemic, and many studios have pushed back release dates on major films — there are theaters around Arkansas that are open and showing movies. All five of the VIP theaters owned by Matt Smith have been […]

The 30 best movies on Netflix

The Half of It. Netflix If you’re on the hunt for a good movie to watch on Netflix, hopefully this list will save you some time. Occasionally Netflix brings in big directors to serve up originals that make it all the way to the Oscars. But it’s also got an abundance of smaller stories perfect […]

Getting A Big Screen Fix: Theaters Showing Classic Movies With Limited Seating

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – COVID-19 has done a number on our social lives. Bars closed, restaurants restricted and the major movie theatres closed. That doesn’t mean you can’t get a big-screen fix. The Waterworks, Cranberry, and Indiana Moviescoops theatres are doing a limited seating but successful business. The theatres are showing some classics with limited seating. […]

Movies amid COVID-19: Amy Seimetz, Kris Rey save their films

It’s always nice when friends go through things at the same time. So it seemed when Amy Seimetz’s “She Dies Tomorrow” and Kris Rey’s “I Used to Go Here” were each scheduled to premiere at the South by Southwest Film Festival in March. Then the event was canceled and both filmmakers found themselves in post-COVID […]