A review of Oliver Stone's new film, Snowden.

Hieronymus Bosch, Touched by the Devil

A review of Pieter van Huystee's film 'Hieronymus Bosch, Touched by the Devil.'

The Hollars

A dysfunctional family gets its act together when facing a crisis in this dramedy

My Blind Brother

An indie comedy that flips the script on sibling rivalry and diabilities

Silk Screen Asian American Film Festival

A look at the films screening at Silk Screen Asian American Film Festival.

The Beatles: Eight Days a Week — The Touring Years

Ron Howard’s doc finds compelling footage illustrating the three years that The Beatles toured

Bridget Jones’s Baby

The comic saga continues with Miz Jones now facing motherhood

Don’t Blink — Robert Frank

A new documentary catches up with the noted photographer


A film review of Clint Eastwood's Sully, based on the true story of the "Miracle On The Hudson" and pilot Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger.

Complete Unknown

Small-scale drama about the life-changing potential of adopting a new identity

Don’t Think Twice

Life in a tight-knit comedy improv group is disrupted when one member finds success

For the Love of Spock

A review of For the Love of Spock, a documentary about the iconic Star Trek character and the actor who played him, by Adam Nimoy.

Film Kitchen

Local short films and videos are featured at this monthly screening series

The Light Between the Oceans

Derek Cianfrance’s lush adaptation should please fans of windswept romantic tear-jerkers

Don’t Breathe

In Fede Alvarez’s stripped-down siege thriller, burglars battle a blind man in a locked-down house

Hands of Stone

Edgar Ramirez tries but fails to elevate this hackneyed boxing bio-pic about Roberto Duran




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