Music annals tell us about legendary lost projects that were released long after the fact. The Beach Boys’ “Smile.” Bob Dylan’s “Basement Tapes.” Prince’s “Black Album.” Now comes the holy grail: ...
Setting a stage musical inside a stalled subway car sounds like such a natural idea that I’m surprised there hasn’t been a whole bunch of such shows. But after watching the film adaptation of the 2012 ...
PLOT: Teenager Maria turns control of her life over to her mirror image Airam, a separate being who is stronger than her... But also happens to be homicidal. REVIEW: At first glance, writer/director ...
3 / 5 stars 3 out of 5 stars. Isabelle Huppert (right) ‘seems to be having an absolute ball’. With Chloë Grace Moretz in Greta. Photograph: Allstar/Focus Features The catalyst in Neil Jordan’s ...
“Fast Color” is a nifty little film, a smart, adventurous and surprising production made with visible care and considerable love. It’s also a superhero movie with strong science fiction elements, but ...
“The Aftermath” is the sort of movie about which somebody will inevitably write, “They don’t make ‘em like this anymore.” “The Aftermath” is a good reason why. Tepid, obvious, uninvolving, “The ...
Linda Cardellini’s amazingly all-over-the-place two-decade acting career (check out her résumé on IMDB.com) makes a smooth move into the horror genre with this entry that’s being touted as a part of ...
Billy Batson is a troubled orphan moving from foster home to foster home, until one day the system is sick of his antics. He’s placed with an adorable, loving, ragtag family, but Billy isn’t planning ...
As Hollywood executives finally seem to be discovering the lucrative benefits of diversifying their film slates, it sets up an inevitable good news/bad news scenario. The good news is that there ...
I was surprised. “The Change-Up” is great. Ryan Reynolds and Jason Bateman are amazing. Yes, this movie premise has been done before like “Big” or “Disney’s The Kid”. Reynolds and ...
Netflix’s “Someone Great” is equally suited for a pre-Saturday night or a Sunday morning in sweats. While this debut film from “Sweet/Vicious” creator Jennifer Kaytin Robinson is a raunchy good time, ...
In the growing faith-based film industry, movies based on the true stories of medical miracles are ideal film fodder. They’re more accessible to mainstream audiences than Biblical tales or ...