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The “Fifty Shades” film franchise feels like a one-night stand that one should desert the morning after. While the original film was marketed as a romance film flocked with literally …

Visual effects firm Branch VFX has begun its third month in partnership with UAlbany’s division of the START-UP NY program, which allows businesses to operate tax-free for ten years in …

      Around this time every year, movie lovers come together during the awards circuit to hopefully see their favorite films get nominated for the grand prize, the Academy …

The holidays can surely be stressful: figuring out what gifts to buy, setting up the Christmas tree on time, and rushing to grab the best holiday deals in stores. But …

Screenwriter Joss Whedon’s style is noticeable, and at a certain point you realize that you are watching a remake of “Avengers.” It is using some slight tweaks on the Marvel …

When “The Birth of a Nation” made its world premiere at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, the picture was almost immediately proclaimed as a contemporary masterpiece in both a technical …

By LEE McPETERS 5/3/16 “The Huntsman: Winter’s War,” which premiered on Apr. 22, only made $21 million in its opening weekend, which, in the eyes of Hollywood, was a flop. …

By DIEGO CAGARA 3/8/16 The Easter Bunny may bring colorful eggs to children but a different kind of bunny appears in Disney’s “Zootopia” – and this one strives to not …

By ANALUCIA ZEPEDA 2/23/16 “Welcome, ladies.” Diane Shewchuk, the resident curator of the Albany Institute of History and Art, beckoned our attention. On Wednesday, Feb. 10, a group of about …

2/2/16 By THOMAS KIKA The Oscars?  Those are old news, friend.  With the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, concluded, the biggest and most interesting films that the indie …