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Science-fiction films have allowed us to gaze into the future, and behind every memorable sci-fi film is an even more memorable score.
A well-intentioned film about the nuances of grief, "Demolition" tries its best to avert cliches but is largely unsuccessful.
Surprisingly family-friendly for a dark topic, this documentary about a teen crusader who survived an attempt on her life is an inspirational rallying cry.
For a film forged by favors and trial-by-fire filmmaking, it earns its place in the panoply of ’90s psychological thrillers that throw you for a loop…or six.
This acclaimed tale of loss and reconnection is a mixed bag: equal parts compelling and heavy-handed.
"The Gallows" is high school horror with a cheese factor turned up to 11, whose silliness almost overwhelms its genuine sense of fear.
Years in the making, the modern-day adaptation of the classic musical has many enjoyable moments, plus a whiz-bang performance from its young star.
Films with fully developed elderly characters shouldn't be a rarity, but this charming sequel highlights how scarce, and welcome, they are.
Despite a few hiccups, this touching portrayal of grief, self-destruction and healing seamlessly blends the introspective and the epic.
Win passes to the new thriller starring Tom Hardy, James Gandolfini and Noomi Rapace Tuesday, Sept. 9 in Indianapolis!
This romantic melodrama and YA novel adaptation is geared toward the teenage set but has qualities adults can appreciate.