The makers of Persepolis recapture audiences’ attention with Chicken with Plums, a well-crafted film about grief and creativity.
Premium Rush, a late-summer action thriller, takes audiences on an enjoyable but mindless ride through downtown New York City.
Brave revises the princess movie formula in refreshing ways, but a boring plot weighs it down.
Take This Waltz showcases the fragile nature of human emotions and experiences.
Seeking a Friend for the End of the World decides to put a comedic spin on the common apocalype film.
Woody Allen’s latest film, To Rome With Love, is a cinematic love letter to the beautiful city but lacks any reason for existence.
Prometheus, Ridley Scott’s latest film, fails to excite audiences with its stale plot.
Snow White and the Huntsman doesn’t live up to its majestical expectations, instead disappointing with a loss of potential.
Summer 2012’s sure-to-be blockbusters are a rich mix of genre and style, resulting in a highly anticipated season.
Moonrise Kingdom is Wes Anderson’s latest cinematic triumph, beautifully showcasing his incredible eye for talent.