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December 12, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Review: ‘Evil Dead’ returns with stylized bloodshed

By | Apr 10, 2013

Director Fede Alvarez revamps Sam Raimi’s 1981 horror classic “Evil Dead,” with grisly visuals.

Review: ‘On The Road’ channels classic Kerouac style

By | Apr 10, 2013

Talented cast and directing offer a compelling film adaptation of Jack Kerouac’s novel, “On The Road.”

Review: ‘Spring Breakers’ offers a critique of the entertainment industry

By | Apr 10, 2013

Racy film “Spring Breakers” gives a deliberately depraved portrayal of four girls’ spring break.

Review: Music score and cast shine in sci-fi movie

By | Apr 4, 2013

Strong acting compensates for confusing plot in sci-fi film “The Host.”

Review: Combat choreography stands out in action flick

By | Apr 3, 2013

Clever script and star-studded cast excel in suspense movie “Olympus Has Fallen.”

Review: Predictable plot backfires in action movie

By | Apr 3, 2013

Impressive action sequences fail to compensate bland acting in “G.I. Joe: Retaliation.”

Review: ‘Stoker’ stands out with striking cinematography

By | Mar 27, 2013

Director Park Chan-wook’s latest film, ‘Stoker,’ delivers an eerie and visually arresting psychological thriller.

Review: Clever script and cast carries college-admission film

By | Mar 27, 2013

Sloppy editing does not prevent actors Tina Fey and Paul Rudd from excelling in heartwarming comedy, “Admission.”

Review: Intense movie offers thrilling experience

By | Mar 21, 2013

Thriller film features strong cast and exciting story but fails to deliver character developments.

Review: Disney revamps classic fantasy story

By | Mar 21, 2013

Stunning visual effects and all-star cast drive the brilliance of “Oz The Great and Powerful.”

Review: Script and directing sinks humorous movie

By | Mar 21, 2013

All-star comedic cast fails to carry magic-themed film, “The Incredible Burt Wonderstone.”

Review: Raunchy comedy entertains with one-liners

By | Mar 6, 2013

Writing team Jon Lucas and Scott Moore make their directorial debut with the humorous hit “21 and Over.”