Posts Tagged ‘film reviews’
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MOVIE REVIEWS
 
"Bad Moms" (2016) starring Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, and Kathyrn Hahn, is a new comedy written and directed by Jon Lucas and Scott Moore, writers of "The Hangover."

Bad Moms

"Bad Moms," starring Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell and Kathyrn Hahn is an authentic, absurd and funny movie from the writers of "The Hangover."
"Empty Space" (2016), directed by James Choi and starring Merrick Robison and Elizabeth Stenholt, is now playing at Indy Film Fest.

Indy Film Fest: Empty Space

Although rough around the edges, "Empty Space" is a coming-of-age film that meanders between moments both poignant and funny.

"Under the Bridge: The Criminalization of Homelessness" (2015)

Indy Film Fest: Under the Bridge: The Criminalization of Homelessness

"Under the Bridge: The Criminalization of Homelessness" is an informative, sympathetic look at the homeless problem in Indianapolis and an eye-opener for all audiences.

Criminal

A nonsensical spy plot and uncertain tone undermine a solid performance by Kevin Costner.

"dream/killer" (2015) a documentary about the wrongful imprisonment of Ryan Ferguson, is now playing at the Heartland Film Festival.

Heartland: dream/killer

"dream/killer" is a documentary whose narrow focus on the family of a falsely imprisoned teenager is both a strength and a weakness.
"Before the Bomb" (2015) a new short film directed by Tannaz Hazemi and starring Sterling Jerins is now showing at the Heartland Film Festival.

Heartland: Before the Bomb

A masterful, subtle reflection tinged by survivor's guilt, "Before the Bomb" is like a sad dream of one girl's bittersweet childhood.

"Love is Strange" (2014) stars Alfred Molina and John Lithgow.

Love is Strange

"Love is Strange" is like a beautiful yet unfinished painting; an enigmatic character portrait of romance with just enough untouched canvas to feel incomplete.
Liam Neeson reprises his role as Bryan Mills — on the run after being framed for the murder of his ex-wife — in "Tak3n," a 2015 release by 20th Century Fox.

Tak3n

"Tak3n" picks up where the series disappointingly left off — Liam Neeson as more badass than dadass — but at least the actor makes a go at his character again.