Movie Review: 'Steve Jobs'
Oct 22 2015
As the lively profile of a wildly successful uber-geek, "Steve Jobs" (Universal) is likely to appeal to many a youthful tech fan.
Movie Review: '99 Homes'
Oct 20 2015
Trenchant, didactic and unflinching, "99 Homes" (Broad Green) also is an example of profoundly moral filmmaking.
Movie Review: 'Pan'
Oct 13 2015
'Pan,' a lavish but hollow special-effects extravaganza, hit theaters across the United States Oct. 9.
Movie Review: 'The Walk'
Oct 08 2015
Philippe Petit's book about his highwire walk between the twin towers of the World Trade Center has been charmingly dramatized as "The Walk."
Movie Review: 'The Martian'
Oct 06 2015
Though the “The Martian” is an unusually long movie, what viewers of faith may cherish most about this adventure is a single line of dialogue in the form of a three-word prayer.
Movie Review: "The Intern"
Sep 30 2015
Writer-director Nancy Meyers' generally affable comedy "The Intern" (Warner Bros.) could have provided families with a pleasant, though not especially memorable, visit to the multiplex.
Movie Review: 'Hitman: Agent 47'
Aug 25 2015
Some things improve with the passage of time. Alas, film adaptations of the video game series “Hitman” do not seem to be a case in point.
Movie Review: 'Straight Outta Compton'
Aug 17 2015
The proper limits of free speech and the appropriate use of violence are topics raised in the striking dramatization “Straight Outta Compton”.