Film makes its mark as a beautiful portrayal of one woman’s commitment to focus on the future.
The co-creators, co-writers and co-directors dropped by Herter 231 for a Q&A after screening the pilot of their upcoming TBS series.
James Davis explores Wes Anderson’s creatively methodical visual style in this video essay.
For the weekend of Sept. 23 to 25, three of the director’s films will be screened at the Academy of Music Theatre.
Writer-director David Robert Mitchell mixes bombastic horror with chilling intimacy in a gorgeously composed, relentlessly frightening film.
Despite Robert De Niro and Anne Hathaway taking on lead roles, this film fails to deliver a compelling story.
Writer-director Paul Weitz delivers a refreshing narrative that reclaims the impulse to laugh in the face of tragedy.
The director’s latest is more than just a series of cheap scares.
The boxing film offers another showcase of the actor’s formidable chops.
Steven Gillard defends “American Sniper,” Chris Kyle as a national hero.
Matthew Hlady offers his stinging review of director David Koepp’s newest film.
With a sharply focused narrative and strong performances from its lead actors, the film is best experienced up close.
A look back at “The Hobbit,” a film far better than the reviews it has gotten over the years.
Christopher Nolan’s latest has a beating heart beneath the spectacle.
A host of bland superheroes does not make a franchise, but Marvel doesn’t know.
The film is a misunderstood original telling of the vampiric impaler’s origins.
The common tropes of an ignored sub section in the horror genre.
A retrospective on the king of gritty, dark films.
Tom Hardy shines in Dennis Lehane short story turned film.