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If I Stay

by Lauren Whalenon August 21, 2014
This romantic melodrama and YA novel adaptation is geared toward the teenage set but has qualities adults can appreciate.
2014 Indy Film Fest

2014 Indy Film Fest Schedule

by Joe Sheareron July 18, 2014
The full lineup of films for the 2014 Indy Film Fest!

Blood Widow (2014)

by Caine Gardneron June 6, 2014
"Blood Widow" embraces all things Schlock and delivers one helluva good time.

Indianapolis! Win Passes to “Edge of Tomorrow”!

by Joe Sheareron June 2, 2014
Win passes to the new movie "Edge of Tomorrow" starring Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt.

Do You Like Films Or Movies?

by Matt Holton March 31, 2014
Knowing the definition can make all the difference in life, love and the pursuit of entertainment.

The Grand Budapest Hotel

by Lauren Whalenon March 19, 2014
After his last few misfires, Wes Anderson strikes gold with this elegant and enjoyable mix of European darkness and existential light.

Veronica Mars

by Lauren Whalenon March 14, 2014
This labor of love is catnip for fans of the gone-but-not-forgotten cult TV series about a fierce schoolgirl turned PI.

Wes Anderson, “The Grand Budapest Hotel”

by Lauren Whalenon March 12, 2014
Director Wes Anderson, along with cast and crew of "The Grand Budapest Hotel," discussed the film at a post-screening Q&A at Chicago's Music Box Theatre.

Trailer Round-Up: Transformers!

by Joe Sheareron March 5, 2014
This week's crop of trailers sees a longer look at Michael Bay's latest action monstrosity, a sequel, 70 years or so in the making, and some DTV horror.

About Last Night

by Lauren Whalenon February 13, 2014
This reboot is both sitcom-y and superfluous but has some sweet spots.