On this week's episode we invite Craig Simpson from the Lilly to discuss the current state of film criticism.
"Up" is nothing if not a garden of delights. This is the kind of movie that Hollywood used to do so well.
"Drag Me to Hell" is the triumphant return of horror's prodigal son.
"Man on Wire" recreates French street artist Philippe Petit forty-five minute tightrope walk above New York City between the World Trade Center towers.
I'm going to plant a flag and say that the fourth film in the "Terminator" series is not science fiction. Furthermore, that's exactly its problem.
In 1995, writer-director Noah Baumbach made his directorial debut at age 26 with the Gen-X period piece "Kicking and Screaming."
This is going to be only half a review of "Angels and Demons" - because I could only make it through the first half of the film.