Drama

Review: “The Age Of Adaline”

With plenty of charm and genuine romantic spirit, a touch of magical realism, and a shining performance from Blake Lively, “The Age of Adaline” is as compelling a film love story as we’ve seen in theaters in a long time.

Review: “The Water Diviner”

“The Water Diviner” marks a fine debut directing effort for Russell Crowe, who also leads an exceptional cast in this beautifully shot historical war drama, inspired by true events.

Review: “Ex Machina”

While intense at times and superbly acted throughout, “Ex Machina” somehow falls short of the potential inherent in its high concept premise.

Review: “The Longest Ride”

The latest Nicholas Sparks novel-turned-film is a terribly uneven effort. It has its moments of charm, but they’re far outnumbered by bland performances, shallow characterization, and worn-out clichés.

Review: “Woman In Gold”

Powered by a fascinating real-life story and compelling performances from an all-star cast, Woman in Gold is one of the year’s finest so far.

Review: “Focus”

Will Smith returns in top form in “Focus”, a shell game of a film that will keep you second guessing yourself every time you think you know how it’s going to end.

Review: “McFarland, USA”

Yes, it’s another Kevin Costner sports movie, but don’t let that turn you away from “McFarland, USA.” Earnestly told and beautifully shot, it’s a remarkable story that’s worth your time and attention.