LOS ANGELES — Their early audiences called them "flickers," and it was a better name than they realized. Because — as the lights going out on the Hollywood Cinerama remind us — almost everything about the movies can end up short-lived and elusive.
There are certain shows, particularly older shows like “The Golden Girls” and “The Office,” that function almost like gif factories. A personal favorite: The shocked face of “The Nanny’s” buttoned up C.C. Babcock turning to the camera with her eyes wide in horror, as if to say, “
Several years ago, I was challenged to list my all-time 100 favorite movies. But you had to get all the way down to No. 12 to find one that the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences thought was the best of the year ("Lawrence of Arabia").
Walt Disney Co. and Sony Pictures Entertainment have announced an expansive content licensing agreement that will bring hundreds of Sony movies, including "Jumanji" and "Spider-Man," to multiple Disney platforms, including Disney+ and Hulu.
NEW YORK (AP) — Is there a more woebegone movie genre than the video game adaptation? This is the pantheon of “Max Payne,” “Wing Commander” and “Assassin’s Creed.” In the 27 years since the first video game movie, “Super Mario Bros.,” these adaptations have been so regularly mocked that you …