If ever a film was ‘of the moment’, this is it. This takes the Muslim community and humanizes it, gives it a much needed face
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Cinematographer Adam Pinney makes his directorial debut with the strange and sometimes intriguing, The Arbalest.
The film is entertaining, especially if you’re a history buff. And, just to relive a brief moment in time, it’s well worth watching.
‘Hail, Caesar!’ is an incredibly fun and loving tribute to old Hollywood.
Han Solo, Chewbacca, Princess – now General – Leia, C-3PO and R2-D2 are back and watching them on screen again is a thing of pure pleasure, especially Han and Chewie.
The film is anything but subtle. There’s no sugar-coating here and perhaps that’s a good thing.
Connelly’s Hannah is the one who goes through the most change here. She doesn’t know “how to be in the world at all,” she says.
Even superheroes have trouble with their love lives. That’s the premise of the fun, quirky British film SuperBob that screened at the San Diego Film Festival.
National Lampoon doesn’t get as much credit as it should for what it did for comedy in the 70 and 80’s. With this terrific new doc out there, hopefully that’ll change.
Throughout his life, Brando recorded hundreds of hours of audiotapes that had never been made public until now
This entertaining doc will surely make you appreciate the hard work and dedication of these entrepreneurs
With Larry Kramer In Love & Anger, the fantastic new documentary that begins airing on , we get to witness his determination and drive from not only his point of view, but from the people who were there to witness it.
Kevin Corrigan is the kind of actor where, when you’re watching him, wonder, “Why isn’t he in everything?” He’s got a natural way about him that is so realistic.
Movie Review: George Miller’s ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Starring Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron and Nicholas Hoult
‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ is like a bolt of non-stop energy that begins as soon as it starts and doesn’t let up till the last frame of the film has finished and you’re walking back to your car.
Who would have thought that Arnold Schwarzenegger would star in a small family drama about zombies in a post-apocalyptic world? And that his performance is his best in years.
After the wonderful The Skeleton Twins, she’s back with another smart, touching performance here that you shouldn’t miss.
Nick Kroll plays Jake, a self-absorbed entrepreneur who, on the night that his company is…
I’d have never guessed that Alex of Venice is Chris Messina‘s directorial debut. The film,…
Mary (Katharine Emmer) is a bored, depressed nanny who’s just been fired from her job,…
I dare you to watch Michael Showalter’s new film, ‘Hello, My Name is Doris’, and not completely be in love with Sally Field at the end of this charming film