Like its protagonist, this tender little faith-based film has no friends. I guess I’ll have to do. Continue reading
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Despite frustrating first and final acts, “The Age of Adaline” eases into easygoing, effective melodrama thanks to a most unlikely savior. Continue reading
“Ex Machina” is a moody and contemplative sci-fi thriller that is both worthy, and self-limiting. Continue reading
A bold and innovative twist on the horror genre, “Unfriended” forces us to confront the banality of evil we all encounter online. Continue reading
Despite a serious subject, this documentary about corporate giants battling legislation harmful to their interests succeeds thanks to a satirical, comic tone. Continue reading
“True Story” wants to be a probing tale about the intersection of crime, truth and justice. Instead it turns into a dull succession of interview scenes. Continue reading
With anarchic attitude both appalling and appealing, this subversive, satirical anthology will make you consider mankind’s true nature. Continue reading
The best Nicholas Sparks adaptation since “The Notebook,” “The Longest Ride” is smarter than most mushy romances. Continue reading
Although somewhat dry, “Merchants Of Doubt” maintains interest by casting a harsh light on those who would deny the effects of climate change as they once did the effect of cigarettes. Continue reading
“The Age of Adaline” provides an intriguing premise that is wasted on a formulaic and clichéd potboiler romance.