If you're tired of hearing about zombies...that's probably too bad. America's most popular monster shows no sign of shambling away quietly.
Ryan Coogler gives us Fruitvale Station as a symbolic recapitulation of the Stations of the Cross, recounting the last 30-plus hours of Oscar Grant III's life.
Like many of the best movies ever, the story of Amin, Siham and their friends and family, is only the front part of the film, while the real story is taking place in the background.
Ellen Page is wonderful in "The East." I've never seen her in a movie when she wasn't wonderful.
The topical Dormant Beauty is about - depending on your point of view - the right to die, or rather, perhaps, the right to life.
Costa-Gavras is back with a new thriller about the banking industry.
How do you make a super-powered, cape-wearing alien work in the eyes of a cynical, seen-it-all-before 2013 audience?
Contrast, courage, and challenge ... these are the words one may think of when viewing "Far Out Isn't Enough: The Tomi Ungerer Story," written, produced, and directed by Brad Bernstein.
Star Trek Into Darkness is a pleasant enough popcorn flick with plenty of character development. But it falls short of its full potential.