A disappointing action flick that features a daring heist and subsequent fight for survival in hostile terrain.
Brie Larson helps make Marvel’s namesake superhero not only credible but expressly human.
Our latest classic review is a dive into the Rick’s Café Americain and the film-noir romance of Casablanca.
An auspicious, hallucinatory feature film debut about a family with a newborn child thrust into a threatening domestic situation from director Stephen Portland
There are some beginner’s missteps in the script and camerawork but overall an enjoyable film about young, forbidden love.
Dan Gilroy has crafted a dark satire, replete with horror-film elements, on the Los Angeles contemporary art world
Malcolm McDowell puts on a powerful performance in this thought-provoking and visually engaging ’70s classic.
‘Glass’ is a fitting end to this trilogy of non-traditional heroes/villains living in the real world.
Karyn Kusama’s ‘Destroyer’ is an almost nihilistic neo-noir cop thriller with some dark secrets.
A visually stunning and well acted account of Mary Stuart’s short life handicapped by a sometimes confusing script