Conventional thinkers, hacks and propagandists may seek to perpetrate and perpetuate lone gunman, magic bullet and other cover-ups about assassinations and the like - but the big screen knows better!
As superhero flicks go, this one is still pretty standard fare for the casual viewer, but that doesn't mean it's not enjoyable.
Dallas Buyers Club is an uplifting morality tale that's about as good as the art of cinema gets.
MICA keeps the focus on the crisis of mass incarceration in the United States with a showing Nov. 14 of the film "Free Angela Davis and All Political Prisoners."
Since there are so few films coming to us out of Cuba, it's always a momentous occasion to see them - whether good or bad.
The movies that follow are fantasies based on real, immediate, contemporary threats.
Based on a narrative written by Northrup in 1853, the film takes you inside slavery, from the slaves' point of view.
I must start with the most stunning, a 3D film that had me jumping and falling out of my seat throughout the entire exasperating journey.
Last month's Toronto International Film Festival featured, among its 146 world premieres from 70 countries, cutting-edge films from the greater Middle East - the cutting edge of not only technology but coverage of critical world events.
The Summit provokes many questions, but should appeal to aficionados of adventure (in particular mountaineering).