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An excellent cast carries this familiar crime story that relies on revelations a little far-fetched. More »
Disarming true-life tale of gay activists who lend their support to a community of striking Welsh miners during the Thatcher era. A marketing challenge, but word of mouth should be strong. More »
Former agent is drawn out of hiding to fight a Russian gang in a reboot of the 1980s television series. More »
Another amazingly meticulous and stylish stop-motion tale from the Laika studio, this time focusing on a boy adopted by a population of maligned underground trolls. More »
In the faith-based The Song, both the viewer and the lead, Alan Powell, get to have it all—sex, drugs, rock ’n’ roll—and still get a redemptive uplift. That’s the reassuring thing about Christianity, at least in this simple but sensual presentation. More »
Youths try to break out of a deadly maze in the latest young-adult doomsday thriller. More »
Good pulp yarn about three disparate Americans—an aging con man, his lovely young wife, and an impetuous tour guide—who meet their destiny among the ancient ruins of Greece. More »
Wildly entertaining and kaleidoscopic, this sequel to a Korean hit is strictly aces. More »
This god-awful reimagining of a Chekhov masterpiece will only have you yearning to see Sidney Lumet's underrated 1968 version. More »
John Ridley’s fractured and narrowcast, unauthorized Jimi Hendrix biopic (read: no Hendrix compositions) wrongly assumes that André Benjamin’s intuitive inhabiting of the musician’s skittish soul will entice audiences as much as it does the women around him. More »
With his single-minded goal to overwhelm the audience with mournful melancholy, Hong Khaou makes a crucial rookie filmmaker's mistake, favoring mood over matter too strenuously. More »
Vicha Poolvarluk, chairman of Major Cineplex Group, will receive the 2014 “Exhibitor of the Year” Award at CineAsia More »
The 69th Australian International Movie Convention will be held Oct. 12-16 at Jupiters Hotel & Casino More »
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