An enchanting blend of elements familiar and fresh, Peter Jackson's return to Middle-Earth is a stunner.
RZA's film underwhelms on all levels, most notably in its lack of passion for the kung fu he holds so dear.
What to see downtown on the festival's most impressive day.
The first full day of films and workshops has plenty to offer.
Just another color-within-the-lines adolescent film, ignorantly rooted in teen classics. Grade: C-
For some accidental comedic moments, "Taken 2" isn’t as bad as it sounds. That doesn’t mean it’s good, either.
Tim Burton fans, rejoice!
Debut feature is a stunner from start to finish, and both director and Gere should be remembered come awards season.
Dark Horse is the first film in a while to leave me thinking, “What did I just see?”
If you love good music, interesting characters, and high-quality filmmaking, head to the Fine Arts Theatre before it’s gone.
"Sleepwalk With Me" is a short but effective comedic detour.
Whether due to careful editing or just plain accuracy, Alison Klayman’s "Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry" depicts the man as one who can do no wrong.
True to the title, the adrenaline of "Premium Rush’s" action sequences are unequivocally the reason to see the film.
"Lawless" indeed sounds great on paper, but in getting that world onscreen, the director flicks on autopilot.
The Isolated Moviegoer offers his take on Pixaer's latest.