Movie Reviews

The November Man

by Christopher Lloydon August 28, 2014
Pierce Brosnan is the latest older actor to tackle the Geezer Spy genre. Though he has a creased, commanding presence, the story is scattershot.

Rich Hill

by Christopher Lloydon August 27, 2014
"Rich Hill" is a pure and polished doc, but it feels like the beginning of a noble endeavor rather than its fulfillment.

When the Game Stands Tall - inside

When the Game Stands Tall

by Christopher Lloydon August 21, 2014
By eschewing the rah-rah conventions of the sports genre, "The Game Stands Tall" shines a light on what it takes to be great, not to win.

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.

Sylvester Stallone leads a cast of action all-stars in The Expendables 3.

The Expendables 3

by Joe Sheareron August 15, 2014
The old guys are looking a little tired; luckily they brought in a few fresh bodies to liven up the lagging franchise.

Let’s Be Cops

by Mo Hammondon August 15, 2014
This would have been the ultimate stoner movie, but it’s missing one key element: Stoners.

Magic in the Moonlight

by Christopher Lloydon August 14, 2014
One of Woody Allen’s most briskly entertaining movies in years, “Magic in the Moonlight” is about love, mysticism and con jobs.

Of Dice and Men

by Christopher Lloydon August 13, 2014
This enjoyable insider's look at the role-play gaming hobby will screen at Gen Con Indy this weekend.

Into the Storm - inside

Into the Storm

by Christopher Lloydon August 7, 2014
A pretty gratuitous ripoff of "Twister," with better special effects but less-interesting characters.


by Evan Dosseyon August 7, 2014
A beautiful, unique look at life as it is lived.