Millions of children, including myself grew up watching “Mister Rogers' Neighborhood” and watched him put on a sweater and change shoes as he entered his house. But who was the real Fred Rogers? That's the question asked by director Morgan Neville.
The story of Tonya Harding’s career has been hashed over by journalists, in midday movie specials and documentaries – so an attempt at a fresh and irreverent take on the events in 1994 is understandable as movie fodder.
Based on the 1995 book by John Pearson, this thriller drama tackles the story of John Paul Getty III’s kidnapping incident, how it sparked major controversies and the turmoil that his family fell into during its complicated ransom negotiation.
Steven Spielberg’s latest film about the partnership between The Washington Post’s Katherine ‘Kay’ Graham, the first female publisher of a major American newspaper, and editor Ben Bradlee and their race to expose a massive government cover-up in 1971.
Very loosely based on the story of 19th Century showman and impresario P.T. Barnum played with flawless agility and sheer charisma by Hugh Jackman and his rise to prominence, this musical adaptation has all the right elements for a modern cinematic musical.