By Jimmy Martin [Posted March 30, 2017]
In desiring to capture the wave of skyrocketing superhero-franchise box-office numbers, Lionsgate is crossing its fingers that a new generation of Power Rangers, along with the series’ original fanbase, will cling to the five chosen adolescents. … read more
By Alex Springer [Posted March 2, 2017]
The Red Turtle is the latest outing from Japan’s geek-revered animation wonderland Studio Ghibli, and it will no doubt be something that fans of Ghibli’s other films will enjoy. Its truly gorgeous animation palette transports the viewer directly into the quiet nuances of the film’s story, and its dialogue-free narrative structure lets the audience drink freely from that deep well of visual beauty. … read more
By Kathy Rong Zhou [Posted January 29, 2017]
Director Jim Strouse decided to write an entire film tailor-made for Jessica Williams in the lead. The result is a lighthearted indie comedy that shines—especially through the effortlessness with which Williams commands each scene. … read more
By Alex Springer [Posted January 28, 2017]
Brett Haley is one of the few filmmakers who appears genuinely interested in the lives of people over fifty. In this year’s The Hero, he takes another close look at faded glory and second chances. It’s a quiet film with well-placed spurts of humor and vulnerability, and it’s a continuing testament to the acting abilities of the legendary Sam Elliott.