The bad news: The Gray Man is mindless, big budget summer fare. The good news…
If you’re looking to find out more about Bob Dylan, Rolling Thunder Revue may not be the Rosetta Stone you seek.
Grace Kelly, Jimmy Stewart and Alfred Hitchcock bring their skills to this legendary thriller, which centers on a wheelchair-bound photojournalist who’s resting his broken leg… and zooming in on his New York City neighbors.
This zany, bloody, and inventive charmer, starring Idris Elba and Margot Robbie, is a good summer watch with a few true belly laughs.
You may know Jim Mickle as the co-creator of Sweet Tooth or the just-tapped director of God Country.
Cold in July deserves a look if you appreciate film noir, miss the late 1980s, or like the acting of Michael C. Hall, Sam Shepard and Don Johnson.
Andrew Garfield plays a 30-something slacker who becomes entangled in an entertaining (and irritating) Los Angeles mystery.