American law enforcement is using billions of dollars worth of military equipment, sometimes in ways it shouldn't, according to a new documentary.
"Moonlight" follows the story of a poor, black, gay boy growing up in downtown Miami at the height of the 1980s crack epidemic.
Recently added: "Breakfast at Tiffany's," "Happy Gilmore," "City of Gold," "13TH" and more.
See a new documentary about Amanda Knox, reminisce with Ferris Beuller or catch Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2.
With CIA women on our cover, this week's roundup focuses on female protagonists in sitcoms, documentaries and more.
'Dancer,' the new documentary about Sergei Polunin—whose video to Hozier's "Take Me To Church" went viral last year—examines the star's rise and subsequent personal crisis.
Catch up on "DWTS," re-watch the first Bridget Jones movies or see new documentaries, like Ron Howard's Beatles film.
Back-to-school binging could include the Stand Up to Cancer telecast, the documentary 'Man on Wire' or the new show 'One Mississippi.'
Catch up on recent seasons of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," "Once Upon a Time," "House of Lies" and more.
Including "Laverne and Shirley," a docu-series about bull riders and a sweet (sorry) British baking show.
Featuring Baz Luhrmann's "The Get Down," "slow TV" from Norway, "The Wine Show" from the U.K. and a documentary about an Olympic boxer.
From 'Stranger Things' and a film adaptation of 'The Little Prince' to recently-added '90s crime and rom rom classics.
The character would honor "every LGBT person to lose their life to hate" say victims' friends.
More than 3,000 people have donated to turn "Lullaby" into a film.
Zetus lapetus! The marathon of Disney Channel Original Movies has unleashed Johnny Tsunamis of nostalgia and clickable headlines.
The IMAX documentary "A Beautiful Planet" was filmed by astronauts at the International Space Station.
"Les Miserables" director Tom Hooper is taking on another Broadway classic.
She'll also serve as an executive producer for the adaptation of the book "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks."
The thriller that has sold over 3 million books in the U.S. is now a movie starring Emily Blunt.