The final installment in the heavy-breathing romance trilogy goes for the big bucks.
by Leah Pickett | Feb 9, 2018
Adult-oriented fare occasionally makes the cut, but not this year.
by J.R. Jones | Feb 6, 2018
by Ben Sachs | Feb 16, 2018
I never expected to be reminded of French master Eric Rohmer while watching a film by Clint Eastwood, but The 15:17 to Paris shows that the 87-year-old director is still capable of surprises.
One of the most difficult moves in professional figure skating competitions is a triple axel, which requires the skater to leap forward from the outside edge of one skate blade, rotate three and a half times in the air, and land on the back outside edge of the opposite foot.
A modern-day Visconti, Italian director Luca Guadagnino (I Am Love) grants us entry into a world not only of wealth but of culture, which can be just as liberating.
In 1997, when I was eight years old, my father took me and my sisters to see the first three Star Wars movies, which were being rolled out in U.S. theaters in January, February, and March of that year to mark the franchise's 20th anniversary.
Action, Adventure, Drama, Fantasy, Science fiction
This engaging Pixar animation plays magnificently with elements of Mexican folklore and fine art.
Adventure, Animation, Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Kids
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Film clips prove “Satan is a total loser, and he knows it.”
by Kevin Warwick on February 19, 2018 at 4:00AM
Young men frolic like ponies, then thwart a terror attack, in the action director's latest
by Ben Sachs on February 9, 2018 at 1:00PM
Digitally altered scenes of animals, weather, and natural landscapes reveal the hidden complexity behind simple images.
by Ben Sachs on February 6, 2018 at 6:00PM
Reed Van Dyk leads the pack with his tense school-shooter drama DeKalb Elementary.
by J.R. Jones on February 6, 2018 at 6:00PM
Ziad Doueiri wrote and directed this tale of an irate Christian clashing with a Palestinian refugee.
by J.R. Jones on February 1, 2018 at 6:00AM