A beautiful debut film both mysterious and enchanting, and anchored by a wonderful performance from Kesley Siepser, who’s a talent that deserves to be noticed.
A superb thriller that leaves you breathless as you race to find the revelation of its reality and the true intentions of its menacing antagonist.
It misses an opportunity due to stereotypical characters, flat plot and stiff dialogue, but is at least a launchpad for a budding summer film program at SMU.
As the Lucasfilm logo fades in and John Williams’ well-known theme rocks our souls, one thing is for sure — “Star Wars” is back and bigger than ever.
“A More Perfect Union” is a powerful film whose message is as important today as it was then and shouldn’t be ignored.
“Movies in Space” is surprisingly complex, exploring a solid story arc in spite of its minimal run time and delivering some nice laughs along the way.
A riveting documentary film about a Ukrainian man of the cloth who goes outside the law to do what he believes is right.