It's a little late, but here are Joe's picks for the Best films of 2017, and a few more good ones you may have missed.
A thrilling continuation of the "Star Wars" saga that creates a new "Star Wars" experience without sacrificing nostalgia.
A film of speech rather than action, "Darkest Hour" coasts on a strong performance by Gary Oldman.
A fun, breezy comedic romp centering on two actors bantering during a trip to Spain.
Over the years, there have been numerous movies set in the Nevada desert city of Las Vegas, such as Ocean’s 11, The Hangover and Showgirls. Meanwhile, a few other directors have chosen to focus on the age-old pastime of gambling in their films, as is the case with Rain Man and Casablanca. However, there are […]
An intriguing, insightful look into life through the eyes of a guy in a gorilla suit, "Sylvio" is the definition of "something different."
A searing drama with elements of race, morality and poverty, "A Quiet Storm" is one of the best of the Indy Film Fest