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Heist

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 11, 2015
Director Scott Mann (The Tournament) seems to fully embrace the old-school B-movie aesthetic, based on the premise of his latest film Heist.  

Love the Coopers

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 11, 2015
Nothing defines the holidays like star-studded movies focusing on disparate generations of families coming together to bicker and backstab while eventually bonding and basking in the glow of the season for a precious few days.  

The 33

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 11, 2015
Audiences will likely remember the real-life events surrounding the collapse of the gold and copper mine in Chile that trapped 33 miners underground for 69 horrific days.  

Miss You Already

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 4, 2015
Lifelong best friends Milly (Toni Collette) and Jess (Drew Barrymore) have been co-stars in a long-running saga — The Milly Affair — which has been a Sex and the City-inspired account of Milly’s life as seen via Jess as the glorified hanger-on dragged into every frame.   

Of Men and War

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 4, 2015
Born in Paris, France, filmmaker Laurent Bécue-Renard, a Fulbright Visiting Fellow at Columbia University and a graduate of the Institut d’Etudes Politiques in Paris, has long chronicled wartime narratives — in particular the war in Bosnia.  

The Peanuts Movie

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 4, 2015
The timing couldn’t be more perfect for this re-introduction to Charles M. Schultz’s loveable collection of underdogs — regular Everykids from a by-gone era — that have been able to capture and maintain a death-lock on our culture for decades.   

Spectre

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 4, 2015
After much debate about whether or not either of them was interested in making a return to the Bond franchise after scoring the largest hit of the long-running series with Skyfall, director Sam Mendes and star Daniel Craig signed up for Spectre.  

Suffragette

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 4, 2015
In the United States, most social/political movements tend to adopt non-violent means to further their causes, preferring to appeal to the goodwill of both adversaries and the undecided masses watching from the sidelines.   

A Ballerina's Tale

0 Comments · Monday, November 2, 2015
Misty Copeland, celebrated African-American ballerina (the first principal dancer with the American Ballet Theatre), occupies cultural space alongside Serena Williams as a subject of debate when it comes to race and body image in our society.   

Burnt

0 Comments · Monday, November 2, 2015
Thanks to reality television, we have an appreciation for the celebrity chef as a troubled genius diva, which is exactly what director John Wells (August: Osage County) and screenwriter Steven Knight (The Hundred-Foot Journey) working from a story by Michael Kalesniko, give us in Burnt.   

Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse

0 Comments · Monday, November 2, 2015
Zombies have overtaken our televisions and our multiplexes, either as straight-up horror films, comedies or hybrids of the two.  

The Walk

0 Comments · Thursday, October 8, 2015
Right up front, I have to admit my bias when it comes to The Walk, the new film from Robert Zemeckis about high-wire artist Philippe Petit, played by the ever-energetic and engaging Joseph Gordon-Levitt.  

99 Homes

0 Comments · Thursday, October 8, 2015
Michael Shannon can do no wrong. The Academy Award nominee (Supporting Actor for Revolutionary Road) and Lexington, Ky. native may play deeply flawed men — and some like Rick Carver in 99 Homes step over the divide and gleefully dance with the devil — but Shannon always grants such evil men a recognizably human face.  

Big Stone Gap

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 7, 2015
This quaint slice of small town life — set in author, screenwriter and director Adriana Trigiani’s hometown of Big Stone Gap, Va. — has all the hallmarks of quirky Americana.  

The New Girlfriend

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 7, 2015
Parisian director François Ozon (Swimming Pool, Young & Beautiful) knows how to tease and subtly manipulate audience expectations, especially when playfully inserting sexuality into the mix.