We take a look back at some of our favorite wedding movies.
While in Toronto for a charity event, the actor told the Globe and Mail that he wants more Hollywood movies to film in Canada.
In his latest effort, writer-director-star Edward Burns piles on the family drama (abusive husbands, dying dads, 9/11) instead of crafting characters.
Dressed as a “Downton Abbey” sibling, this period drama is both pricklier and more disappointingly tame, thanks to a bland turn from Felicity Jones.
Murray makes for an enjoyably low-key FDR, but otherwise this slight bauble doesn’t leave much of an impression.
This finely acted and sharply directed crime drama, starring Eric Bana, Olivia Wilde, and Sissy Spacek, suffers from a script wallowing in family bathos and gratuitous gore.
In “Silver Linings Playbook,” Jennifer Lawrence plays Tiffany, a young widow who attempts to mute her grief by sleeping with everyone at her job—yes, the women, too.
“Zero Dark Thirty,” Kathryn Bigelow’s follow-up to the Oscar-winning “The Hurt Locker,” stars Jessica Chastain as CIA agent Maya.
We look back on our favorite Lindsay Lohan roles and the ones we wish never happened.
With Angelina Jolie's recent announced that she may retire soon, we look back on actors who quit the business early.