Drama

Review: “Fifty Shades Of Grey”

“Fifty Shades of Grey” is a rare example of a film that vastly improves upon and is far more enjoyable an experience than the book it is based on.

Review: “Blackhat”

“Blackhat” features all the visual artistry we’ve come to expect from a Michael Mann film, but none of the coherence.

Review: “American Sniper”

As good as we’ve seen actor Bradley Cooper be in past roles, “American Sniper” is by far his most standout work to date.

Review: “Unbroken”

“Unbroken” falls short of the mark in terms of the inspirational heights it should reach, given the incredible story at its source.

Review: “Exodus: Gods And Kings”

Breathtaking visuals abound in “Exodus: Gods and Kings”, but they’re not enough to help you overcome that whole “been there, done that” feeling.

Review: “Birdman, Or (The Unexpected Virtue Of Ignorance)”

“Birdman” should be seen by any and everyone who says they enjoy movies, because whether you love it or hate it, it will get under your skin, burn itself into your memory, and demand an emotional, visceral response, as all true art in any medium does.

Review: “Interstellar”

Visually ambitious but thematically heavy-handed, “Interstellar” aims for a soaring, suspenseful film experience, but ends up collapsing under its own weight.