Movie Review: Sicario

“There is an imaginary line out there between right and wrong, good and evil. I believe…

Movie Review: Learning to Drive

Tell me if you’ve read, heard or seen this story before: a privileged member of society…

Movie Review: The Diary of a Teenage Girl

The best books, the best movies, the best music, in fact, the best works of art…

Movie Review: Cartel Land

Michael Heineman originally intended to focus his new documentary on one of the many vigilante and…

Movie Review: Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

Pity the much hyped-about and twitted-about festival film. Whether it premieres at Sundance, Berlin, Cannes or…

Interview: Claudia Llosa Engages the Ineffable in “Aloft”

Claudia Llosa’s new film, “Aloft,” is hypnotic, elliptical and baffling. She cuts between two timeframes to…

Movie Review: Aloha

Former Sony film chief Amy Pascal was right, after all, in her evaluation of Cameron Crowe’s…

Movie Review: The Gunman

A 50+ year-old former/current mercenary/military operative/super spy is contemplating retirement or has retired when his past…