The Academy Awards started smoothly with a breezy opening from host Ellen DeGeneres and a best supporting actor award to the velvety “Dallas Buyers Club” star Jared Leto.
Will and Jaden Smith have something they can bond over. They were both awarded Razzies for their performances in “After Earth.”
For fans of the Oscars, the wait is almost over.
If you’re looking for something to watch this week besides the Olympics, the D.C. area’s free movie scene won’t disappoint.
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The Washington Jewish Film Festival is announcing its lineup of 64 movies that will be featured this year at theaters across the Washington area beginning next month.
But there are great movies to be seen for free in the D.C. area this week. They just came out a few years — or in some cases, several decades — ago.
Enough free movies to cover a Christmas tree are arriving at local museums, libraries and playhouses this week.
The free movie schedule is light this week, and not just because everyone’s probably going to see The Hunger Games: Catching Fire in its first weekend in theaters.
Gun violence in PG-13 rated movies has increased considerably in recent decades, to the point that it sometimes exceeds gun violence in even R-rated films, according to a study released Monday.