Three lesser-known local movie theaters provide unique atmospheres and films for moviegoers.
Although it is packed with gory violence, “Fury” delivers an emotional, enjoyable ride through tank warfare in World War II, with Brad Pitt shining as the star of the film.
Although “The Judge” is packed with powerhouse actors, the film’s lackluster writing and directing fails to do the sentimental story justice.
Staffer Katharine Swindells recommends her favorite not-so-scary halloween movies.
“The Maze Runner” proves to be a refreshing take on the typical dystopian movie.
The documentary “Mortified Nation” on Netflix is not only hilarious, but manages to connect with teenage viewers on a personal level.
Although both the book and movie versions of “If I Stay” are good, the movie brings the story and characters to life.
Monsieur Lazhar is a French Canadian film following the life of Algerian political refugee who gets a job as a teacher at a Montreal elementary school.
Although Guardians of the Galaxy can be funny at times, the plot is too convoluted and strange to impress staffer Elaine Chamberlain.
The movie Boyhood is an exceptional piece of movie making, which was created over 12 years and honestly portrays a coming-of-age story.
Actor Robin Williams passed away on Aug. 11, 2014. View a tribute to some of his greatest movie scenes here.
Although it covered interesting technological advancements and questions, “Transcendence” was not unique enough to hold interest.