"My Brooklyn: The Battle for the Soul of a City" is a documentary film about gentrification and development in the New York City borough of Brooklyn.
The capitalist industrialists of Nazi Germany were instrumental in the political rise and installation of Adolph Hitler as master of Germany.
"Ruby Sparks" is a romantic comedy with some rather dreadful underpinnings.
Our matinee audience, nearly a full house, laughed all the way through "Killer Joe," but it was nervous laughter.
The movie is supposed to be a modern adaptation, set in India, of the Thomas Hardy classic, "Tess of the D'Urbervilles."
Two films recently released to DVD provide a sweeping opportunity to learn more about Rastafari identity and culture.
For the most part, this new film is how Spider-Man should have been done in the first place. The film is energized and emotive. On the other hand, it's also far from groundbreaking.
Many will doubt this film's ability to trump the success and artistic integrity of 2008's The Dark Knight (generally considered to be the "Godfather" of superhero films).
The films bridged the gap between completely unbelievable and utter nonsense, but they did it with admirable verve and commitment.
"Hard Times: Lost on Long Island" is an examination of endless heartbreak and the clinging to the slender thread of hope.