Actors, including Ben Affleck and Matt Damon, have paid tribute to their home city, starring in a number of Boston-based movies. […]
By: Logan Wren
Under the Skin is a lot closer to home than a galaxy far, far away-it is an exploration of the difficulties of alienation and self-discovery.
By: Cam Harding
Despite the rather ridiculous premise of two siblings battling a satanic mirror on a four-century-long murdering spree, Mike Flanagan’s psychological horror Oculus provides an interesting deviation from the modern onslaught of ’80s remakes and Paranormal Activity spinoffs.
By: Harry Mitchell
Directors Anthony and Joe Russo successfully balance superhero genre elements with more realistic ones in Marvel’s Captain America sequel.
By: Amy Chappelhow
The story of God’s creation and the fall of Adam and Eve is told numerous times, and although aspects of this retelling are visually interesting, this film makes no attempt at realism with its CGI.
By: Grace Godvin
Bateman’s Bad Words lacks a unique storyline and mostly relies on mean-spirited humor for laughs.
By: Cameron Harding
McGinty’s 3 Days To Kill is a confused compilation of comedy and drama elements, with meager characters and an unimpressive action plot.