Modest and majestic at once, the films of James Gray patiently burrow their way into the souls of their characters and, maybe, into you. His latest is a period film with a pulse and a now-ness the genre often lacks.
By Elizabeth Kieszkowski email@example.com on March 29, 2017
By Elizabeth Kieszkowski firstname.lastname@example.org Posted on March 29, 2017
Updated on March 29, 2017 at 10:48 pm
“Neko Atsume” get its international premiere at the Hawaii International Film Festival’s Spring Showcase, joining 31 more movies from Asia and the Pacific, Europe and more points around the globe.
It’s easy to have some flippant fun with the premise of “The Shack” because the framing story is profoundly dark and depressing, rendered in the style of a soap opera or TV movie, heavy on the voice-over, the flashbacks, the haunting memories.
An epic has master Chinese filmmaker Zhang Yimou joining forces with Matt Damon in this story about Western mercenaries who find that China’s Great Wall isn’t keeping only human invaders out. (PG-13, 1:43)
By Nancy Arcayna email@example.com on February 8, 2017
By Nancy Arcayna firstname.lastname@example.org Posted on February 8, 2017
Final installment of video game-based horror movie series stars Milla Jovovich as returning hero Alice, battling zombies, mutant monsters and the evil Umbrella Corporation as she races to save humanity from a deadly virus.