Midnight Special (Berlin Review)
The latest from Jeff Nichols, 'Midnight Special', disappoints bit time with a surprisingly forgettable film.
Movies and TV to Stream This Weekend – February 12
A variety of films catered to both the romantic and the cynical available to stream this Valentine's Day weekend.
Giveaway: Oscar Nominated Biopic ‘Steve Jobs’ on Blu-ray
Danny Boyle's 'Steve Jobs' heads to Blu-ray and DVD and we're offering a copy to one of our subscribers.
Movies and TV to Stream This Weekend – February 5
Great selection of indie films streaming this weekend on Netflix, Fandor, MUBI, plus a beloved horror franchise spinoff is now available on iTunes and VOD!
Watch: Jake Gyllenhaal Gets Destructive With a Vending Machine in ‘Demolition’ Trailer
Looks like a great movie for when you feel like hammering something...or getting your heart hammered.
The Unity of All Things
'The Unity of All Things' epitomizes the notion of something being an acquired taste.
The Eagle Huntress (Sundance Review)
'The Eagle Huntress' is a beautifully shot and uplifting documentary about a subject you never thought you’d care about.
White Girl (Sundance Review)
An unapologetic portrayal of an anything-goes college girl looking for escape, but it's predictable and lacks depth.
The Birth of a Nation (Sundance Review)
Despite all of its blemishes, 'The Birth of a Nation' remains undeniably powerful.
Movies and TV to Stream This Weekend – January 29
Streaming services made a splash at Sundance this week, if you're not into streaming, you're already behind.
Spa Night (Sundance Review)
'Spa Night's' specificity and uniqueness among US cinema don't change how emotionally inert it feels.
Joshy (Sundance Review)
With a strong ensemble cast, there’s enough humor found in 'Joshy' to forgive its missteps.
Richard Linklater – Dream is Destiny (Sundance Review)
A doc on Richard Linklater has great respect for the filmmaker, but it doesn’t bring a wealth of new information to the table.
Unlocking the Cage (Sundance Review)
The documentary doesn’t feel as rewarding as it should considering the significance of the subject.
Elixir (Berlin Review)
A pile of mush made up of boring quirks and unsubtle metaphors that adds up to pure, wasteful nonsense.