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.
What to Expect When You’re Expecting plays into the typical stereotypes, keeping the film from realizing its full potential.
The latest boardgame-turned-big-screen film, Battleship is void of all sense and intelligence, resulting in a painful experience.
Director Tim Burton’s Dark Shadows proves lackluster with his tired style and underdeveloped narrative and characters.
Director Josh Whedon and cast members of The Avengers discuss villainy, writing and the creation of the summer superhero flick.
USC SCA alumnus Tim Story discusses his career, comedy and character dynamics in his new film Think Like a Man.
With huge gaps in its plot and morally ambiguous characters, L!fe Happens fails to impress.
With emotive performances, Goodbye First Love beautifully captures the loss of a first love.
Blue Like Jazz, a new film from director and co-writer Steve Taylor, confronts the departure from adolescence and family ideologies.