Despite Tim Burton’s disappointing work on films such as Dark Shadows and Alice in Wonderland, Frankenweenie shines.
Author-director Stephen Chbosky entrances audiences with intriguing characters in The Perks of Being a Wallflower.
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.
Comic-Con entertains with visuals but lacks authenticity and a consistent overall tone.
Despite minute flaws, Footnote shines with brilliant acting and heightened father-son drama.
With a talented cast, well-crafted fight scenes and stellar pacing, The Raid provides a refreshing alternative to generic action films.
Director Céline Sciamma’s second film, Tomboy, takes an in-depth look at gender roles.
The California Science Center’s latest IMAX film, Flying Monsters 3-D, contains stunning visuals and an engaging script.
Puss In Boots exudes the light-hearted fun typical of Shrek movies, but doesn’t fully deliver.