Movie Reviews

The narrative of this film is far more predictable than the sighting of the Eid moon.
This second effort from talented New York director Sam Fleischner gets an inside track on the lives of everyday people, and with that extra something that makes it art.
The movie of the year, and perhaps of the decade, Boyhood follows one fictional family over a period of 12 years.
It's an almost too meticulously shot film.
And So It Goes can’t be accused of overreach.
Philip Seymour Hoffman’s personal anguish is an unintentional feature of A Most Wanted Man, the great actor’s last serious role.
This documentary follows Japanese staff who are hired to perform roles in various real-life social situatiosn.
The sequel isn't any more entertaining than the predictable original.
Parents are going to have to grit their teeth and take this one for the team.