An unnecessarily gloomy sequel to the fun first installment, this voyage of the starship Enterprise is an okay journey but it just doesn’t have the epic feel it needs to match newcomer Benedict Cumberbatch’s amazing villain.
Director J.J. Abrams is back with a new "Star Trek" film. Shot in 3D, "Star Trek Into Darkness" is the sequel to the 2009 blockbuster.
A review of "Star Trek Into Darkness," the new J.J. Abrams’ film in the long-running TV & film franchise, compares the film to "The Office" in space. EDGE spoke with two actors, Simon Pegg & John Cho, who provide many of the laughs.
"The Great Gatsby" has overcome mixed reviews to become an audience must-see. EDGE caught up with director Bazz Luhrmann, his collaborator & wife Catherine Martin, and stars Leonardo DiCaprio & Tobey Maguire to talk about the film.
Quentin Tarantino’s "Django Unchained" was re-released in China after censors made changes to the film to meet the country’s strict standards. Seth Doane reports.
Tone-deaf and cringe-worthy, this unfunny comedy might have been wrenching if cast as a drama.
We get the distinct feeling Sarah Polley thinks that she’s made a modern "Rashomon." It’s actually just a really good episode of "Maury."
"Frances Ha" is a quirky, coming-of-age story that suffers from comparisons to HBO’s "Girls."
Based on the true story of convicted contract killer Richard Kuklinski, Ariel Vromen’s "The Iceman" gives Michael Shannon the opportunity to prove, beyond a shadow of a doubt, why he is one of the most talented performers working today.