Though its pacing occasionally falters, “Nightcrawler” soars thanks to a powerful lead performance.
While its message is often heavy-handed, “Dear White People” finds success in it’s social commentary.
A well-crafted and humorous script fuel the unlikely true story of “Pride.”
Director Jason Reitman gives audiences a window into how technology impacts daily life in “Men, Women & Children.”
Gore and realism make David Ayer’s “Fury” a tough-to-watch, but important cinema experience.
With a welcome blend of drama and comedy, “The Judge” dishes out lessons on both law and family.
Visual splendor and an engaging narrative make “Tracks” a gripping cinematic venture.
Kitchen Theatre Company’s “Lonely Planet” offers viewers a sublime theater experience.
Animated anarchy ensues in the wacky, animated film “The Boxtrolls.”
Director David Fincher explores marriage in the thriller “Gone Girl.”
Humor and horror struggle to blend in the off-the-wall tale of “Tusk.”
Despite some enjoyable moments, “The Skeleton Twins” slumps under its stars.