This docudrama comes as brilliant reminder of where we have been and here we should be going on racial and gender discrimination at a time when we could surely use it.
Hollywood is all abuzz with the Golden Era romantic musical throwback ‘La La Land’, but it comes up a little short in the song-and-dance department.
Disney continues their resurrection of the ‘Star Wars’ franchise with this fantastic, much rawer side story that bridges the prequels and ‘A New Hope’.
This indie sci-fi thriller takes its revolution virtual and its inspiration from classic cyberpunk fare like ‘Blade Runner’.
Thrills and romance abound in the WWII drama ‘Allied’, which is only just good enough to keep viewers interested.
This riveting documentary from director Juan Reina currently making the film festival rounds traces the perils of cave diving.
Amy Adams gives an outstanding performance in what is an intelligent adaptation of Ted Chiang’s ‘The Story of Your Life’ and the latest “visitors from outer space’ spectacle.
This vacuous thriller underwhelms with its lack of emotional depth and thinly sketched characters.
The new documentary ‘On the Map’ delves into how the 1977 Israeli basketball team awoke a nation.
With his debut feature, director Jesse Shapiro takes us on a walking tour of Los Angeles in this hip and charming indie rom-com.