Ciné celebrates its seven-year anniversary with a series of contemporary and classic French films.
The arthouse cinema's new executive director says she wants to "engage with the entire city."
Its surface may gleam like candy, but the absurdist fable told underneath is one of playful insight and warmth.
A mix of understated poetry and mesmerizing visual accomplishment, The Wind Risesshows how dreams can easily transform into nightmares and then to ashes.
Muppets Most Wanted is one convoluted fuzzy-headed sock puppet of a movie.
Her is consistently fascinating, complex and a reminder that science fiction, when done right, is the genre of our everyday.
This series of movies should please any serious fan of animation.
The Monuments Men is a compelling, exciting and fascinating story, and a great departure from any preconceived view of the war.
There has never been a movie focusing on slavery quite like this.
Director Alexander Payne conjures up a haunting yet wry look at the American heartland, a place desolate yet warmly and strangely inviting.
Invasion of the Body Snatchers will play one time only at Ciné, Saturday, Feb. 1 at 10 p.m., as part of their Science on Screen film series.
The Wolf of Wall Street brokers are just as loathsome as the mobsters from Goodfellas.