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.
What happens to the performer good enough to draw a crowd, but not great enough to become Bob Dylan?
The Desolation of Smaug is pure spectacle and a vast improvement over the last movie.
Dallas Buyers Club contains two of this year's best performances courtesy of Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto.
Fifty-seven years after it was first theatrically released, Elia Kazan's Baby Doll still sizzles.
Blue Is The Warmest Color is contemporary cinema at its best and one of the finest romantic dramas in many a season.
Thirty-four years after its initial release, Alien still packs a punch.