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MOVIE REVIEWS
 

The Girl Who Played With Fire

Technology, feminism, vigilante justice and relationship drama come together in the second film adaptation of Stieg Larsson's smash-hit literary trilogy.

Never Let Me Go

This dystopian tale quietly but heartwrenchingly explores the loves, losses and fates of three children who can't quite grow up.

Directors Rob Epstein & Jeffrey Friedman

Lauren Whalen sits down with the directors of "Howl," a true story with a twist.

Mao’s Last Dancer

Issues of family and identity come together with dance, and it works. Almost.

David Rennke, producer, “Pearl”

Rennke speaks about about the making of "Pearl," Pearl Carter as a historical figure, and how the film emphasized her heritage without playing the race card.

Holy Rollers

A wannabe rabbi becomes a drug trafficker in a good-gone-bad story that could feel tired but instead rings true.

Shrek Forever After

Among the many titles this film has had, why didn't we see the most apt moniker, "It's a Wonderful Shrek"?

The Mini

A little bit "Rocky," a little bit "Clerks," "The Mini" is all Indianapolis.