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Little Boy

Can the power of faith change the course of history?

Film Review, Apr. 30, 2015

Roar

Drafthouse Films reissues this truly trippy oddity from 1981

Film Review, Apr. 16, 2015

3 Hearts

A French love triangle loses its balance

Film Review, Apr. 2, 2015

Wild Tales

Anthology film from Argentina finds the dark humor in six revenge stories

Film Review, Mar. 26, 2015

The Gunman

Sean Penn stars as a regretful ex-mercenary in this international game of cat and mouse

Film Review, Mar. 18, 2015

Cinderella

Simple, elegant, and lovely, this live-action fairy tale enchants

Film Review, Mar. 12, 2015

Faults

A cult deprogrammer needs some mental floss of his own.

Film Review, Mar. 5, 2015

Song of the Sea

From the director of The Secret of Kells comes this lovely work of animation about the Celtic selkies.

Film Review, Feb. 19, 2015

Love for Rent

For Valentine's Day, our staff offers some of their favorite romantic moments from films (and one game)

Screens Feature, Feb. 12, 2015

Love for Rent

For Valentine's Day, our staff offers some of their favorite romantic moments from films (and one game)

Screens Feature, Feb. 12, 2015

Strange Magic

Woodland goblins, elves, and fairies go to war in this animated movie from LucasFilm Animation.

Film Review, Jan. 29, 2015

The Boy Next Door

Jennifer Lopez stars in this brazenly dumb MILF thriller.

Film Review, Jan. 22, 2015

Spare Parts

This movie about undocumented teens building an attention-grabbing robot stands and delivers.

Film Review, Jan. 15, 2015

Steve Davis' Top 10 List

Screens Feature, Dec. 31, 2014

Into the Woods

The Stephen Sondheim/James Lapine musical, a pastiche of classic fairy tales turned on their heads, gets a thoroughly cinematic workout.

Film Review, Dec. 23, 2014

Foxcatcher

The performances by Steve Carell, Channing Tatum, and Mark Ruffalo anchor this drama, which nearly sinks from its weightiness.

Film Review, Dec. 16, 2014

The Great Invisible

Doc looks at the impact of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill on the lives of residents in the Gulf area.

Film Review, Dec. 11, 2014

Listen Up Philip

The director of The Color Wheel is back with this film about a narcissistic and abrasive young novelist.

Film Review, Dec. 4, 2014

The Theory of Everything

Based on Jane Hawking's memoir about her marriage to the scientist Stephen Hawking, this film really shows what goes into a relationship.

Film Review, Nov. 20, 2014

On Any Sunday: The Next Chapter

Everything you wanted to know about riding and racing motorcycles is revealed in this encyclopedic doc.

Film Review, Nov. 6, 2014

Horns

Daniel Radcliffe sprouts horns in this spiky fable about the devil in all of us.

Film Review, Oct. 30, 2014

Take Me to the River

Memphis and Stax Records music artists from an earlier era mentor a younger generation in this ambient documentary.

Film Review, Sep. 25, 2014

My Old Lady

Israel Horovitz directs Kevin Kline, Maggie Smith, and Kristin Scott Thomas in this disappointing film adaptation of his play.

Film Review, Sep. 18, 2014

Venus in Fur

The play’s the thing in Roman Polanski's erotic screen version of the Tony Award-winner.

Film Review, Sep. 4, 2014

The Trip to Italy

Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon continues their journeys as a couple of guys attached at the funny bone.

Film Review, Aug. 28, 2014

The Dog

Dog Day Afternoon is a film about a wildly true bank robbery; as conveyed by John Wojtowicz in this doc, the story gets even nuttier when told from the horse's mouth.

Film Review, Aug. 21, 2014

Septic Man

This Canadian horror film wades through a cesspool of human waste and challenges our gag reflexes.

Film Review, Aug. 14, 2014

And So It Goes

Diane Keaton and Michael Douglas are ill-served by director by Rob Reiner in this odd-couple romance.

Film Review, Jul. 24, 2014

Deliver Us From Evil

A police officer and a priest team battle supernatural forces in this horror thriller from the director of Sinister.

Film Review, Jul. 10, 2014

Hellion

Austin filmmaker Kat Candler explores the sins of the father in this dark drama starring Aaron Paul.

Film Review, Jun. 26, 2014

Before You Know It

There's an aging LGBT community that is only getting bigger and older, and this documentary investigates that process – in ways both specific and universal.

Film Review, Jun. 19, 2014

Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon

This film is a loving valentine to an unsung hero of the entertainment industry who's had an astonishing career.

Film Review, Jun. 19, 2014

Edge of Tomorrow

The sci-fi is a bit fuzzy – and the alien beasties are anything but – in this Tom Cruise action onslaught.

Film Review, Jun. 5, 2014

Palo Alto

Gia Coppola, the latest voice heard from in that ridiculously talented filmmaking family, makes an auspicious directing debut with this teen drama based on stories from a collection by James Franco.

Film Review, May. 29, 2014

Mom's Night Out

The moms take a girls' night out and leave the kids home with their hapless dads. Chaos reigns.

Film Review, May. 15, 2014

Mad for Tracy

Screens Feature, May. 15, 2014

Brick Mansions

In one of his last roles, Paul Walker stars in this American remake of Luc Besson's actioner District B13.

Film Review, May. 1, 2014

The Quiet Ones

The venerable Hammer Film studio gets into the found-footage horror genre.

Film Review, May. 1, 2014

Heaven Is for Real

Greg Kinnear plays a dad who believes his son's claim to have seen heaven.

Film Review, Apr. 24, 2014

Cuban Fury

Nick Frost is a schlubby guy who's gotta dance.

Film Review, Apr. 17, 2014

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