A harrowing documentary on the evils behind the evils behind the child sex slavery industry, "The Wrong Light" is a must-see.
A warm bowl of chicken soup for the soul, "Year by the Sea" sets up all of the beats you'd expect, then dutifully executes them.
A riveting documentary in which a leader in an anti-Semitic Hungarian right-wing political party discovers his Jewish heritage.
Frequently engaging and beautifully shot, but at 163 minutes there is almost enough material for two full movies and it washes, rinses, repeats.
A starship ride worth taking despite a little turbulence, "Star Trek Beyond" settles nicely into the upper tier of its iconic franchise.
If you have never seen Ridley Scott’s Gladiator epic from 2000, you have missed out on a truly seminal movie. Starring the brilliant Russell Crowe as the courageous Maximus Decimus Meridius, Gladiator boasted a superb narrative while it revived the careers of Crowe, Joaquin Pheonix and director Ridley Scott. The ending of this film […]
Both an affront to the original and a worthy successor, "Ghostbusters" succeeds on the strength of its leads.
It's all very cute and cuddly, but there is less substance in all of "The Secret Life of Pets" than in 10 minutes of any of the films it rips off.
Indy PopCon has quickly become a go-to summer destination for conventiongoers, focusing on all of pop culture rather than simply a “comic con.” Held June 17-19, it doesn’t have a sexy group of big-name headlining guests like perhaps the Wizard World Comic Cons do, but it has a solid group of guests, panels and […]
You just broke up. You are put into a resort and given 45 days to find a new mate, or you are turned into a lobster. Yes, this is the premise of this movie.
The biggest movie of the year super-sizes its Blu-ray extras.
Camelot was set to make a comeback, but it won't be in 2016. The question is, "Why"?