Film Review: The Drop

The Drop review

An excellent cast carries this familiar crime story that relies on revelations a little far-fetched. More »

Major Releases

Pride
Film Review: Pride

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 »

The Equalizer Review
Film Review: The Equalizer

Former agent is drawn out of hiding to fight a Russian gang in a reboot of the 1980s television series. More »

The Boxtrolls
Film Review: The Boxtrolls

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 »

The Song
Film Review: The Song

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 »

The Maze Runner
Film Review: The Maze Runner

Youths try to break out of a deadly maze in the latest young-adult doomsday thriller. More »

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Specialty Releases

The Two Faces of January
Film Review: The Two Faces of January

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 »

Tazza 2: The Hidden Card
Film Review: Tazza 2: The Hidden Card

Wildly entertaining and kaleidoscopic, this sequel to a Korean hit is strictly aces. More »

Days and Nights
Film Review: Days and Nights

This god-awful reimagining of a Chekhov masterpiece will only have you yearning to see Sidney Lumet's underrated 1968 version. More »

Jimi: All Is by My Side
Film Review: Jimi: All Is by My Side

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 »

Lilting
Film Review: Lilting

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 »

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CineAsia to honor Major Cineplex's Vicha Poolvarluk

Vicha Poolvarluk, chairman of Major Cineplex Group, will receive the 2014 “Exhibitor of the Year” Award at CineAsia More »

Australian International Movie Convention announces diverse program

The 69th Australian International Movie Convention will be held Oct. 12-16 at Jupiters Hotel & Casino More »

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