'A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night''s Ana Lily Amirpour, Sheila Vand And Making the World's Best Iranian Vampire Western
Well, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, is the world's only Iranian vampire Western, but you get where I'm going with this. More »
The Enigma of Alan Turing: Morten Tyldum’s ‘The Imitation Game’ chronicles the life of WWII’s unsung code-breaker
One of the most important figures of the 20th century is virtually unknown to the world at large More »
If the world of animation has any lesson to teach us, it might be: Watch out for the little guy. More »
An intense, terrifying indie horror film with more on its mind than scaring its audience. More »
Darker, less action-packed first half of the final installment of the popular franchise moves from arenas to rubble aplenty as Jennifer Lawrence’s super-heroine is called upon to serve her beleaguered and much-destroyed nation as propaganda instrument and leader. Fans of the books and previous two films get a less flashy palette here, but the engaging characters and strong story return to stir interest for the scheduled November 2015 finale. More »
Here we finally have the showbiz drama-romance which Glitter, Burlesque, both versions of Sparkle and countless glitzy but dreary others have tried to be. Immensely enjoyable corn done with maximum hipness, the perfect date movie and showcase for the astonishingly versatile Gugu Mbatha-Raw. More »
TV satirist Jon Stewart takes a hairpin turn from comedy into serious territory with his filmmaking debut, a taut political drama based on the true story of Iran-imprisoned Newsweek journalist Maziar Bahari. More »
In Tommy Lee Jones’ baffling quasi-western, he plays a scruffy claim-jumper who repays a favor by helping tough-as-nails homesteader Hilary Swank transport three mad women to safety in Iowa. More »
Hobbits and Hunger Games are the best bets to bring the box office out of the woods this holiday season More »
“It is always an honor to be recognized by your peers and we are humbled by the choice of Malco Theatres as this year’s award recipient.” More »
The real boogeyman in Australian filmmaker Jennifer Kent's chilling psychological horror movie, The Babadook, isn't the titular creature—a nightmarish cross between Dr. Caligari's cabinet monster and a Queensland cockroach. More »
The cosmology of love: James Marsh chronicles the journey of Stephen and Jane Hawking in 'The Theory of Everything'
The world’s image of Stephen Hawking, the brilliant and celebrated astrophysicist, is that of a severely physically afflicted man in a wheelchair More »
With Fury, writer-director David Ayer sets out to provide one of the most visceral and realistic depictions of World War II-era tank warfare yet committed to the screen. More »
Off the charts: Damien Chazelle’s ‘Whiplash’ quickens the pulse with tale of ambitious young drummer
The questions concerning art, morality and the often fraught interplay between the two which Damien Chazelle poses in his film Whiplash “keep me up at night,” the writer-director admits. More »
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WEEKEND BOX OFFICE
|1.||DUMB AND DUMBER TO||$36.11|
|2.||BIG HERO 6||$34.66|
|4.||BEYOND THE LIGHTS||$6.20|
Weekend of 11/17/2014
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