A thrilling continuation of the "Star Wars" saga that creates a new "Star Wars" experience without sacrificing nostalgia.
By Bob Bloom It’s a wonder if anyone can sit through Woody Allen’s excruciating “Wonder Wheel” and come away satisfied. The film, set at Coney Island in the 1950s, feels like a play that Allen wrote, then shelved because he had second thoughts after rereading it. Instead, Allen turned it into a movie, which, even […]
This surprisingly effective animated feature holds the usual delights for kids -- action, cute antics -- but also boasts a deeper layer of meaning about love and masculinity.
Guillermo del Toro's beautiful, enchanting tale of love, paranoia and music is a triumph that will resonate in my heart for a long time.
“The Disaster Artist” is a very fun and entertaining film that amuses and informs, without every truly getting below the surface of these characters.
A film of speech rather than action, "Darkest Hour" coasts on a strong performance by Gary Oldman.
An imaginative way to look at the impact of the artwork and life of Vincent Van Gogh.
Surprisingly even-handed look at Vatican II through the eyes of an aspiring young candidate for the sisterhood.