New Tom Clancy Spy Film Aims for the Jugular
Espionage, at least the sexy movie version with white tuxedos, shaken martinis and sleek sports cars, once offered a bit of cool comfort to a jittery populace that wanted to party while forever waiting for the countdown to nuclear zero.
Film Review: Carrie
Hollywood eats itself with another horror remake it can take to the bank
Film Review: Short Term 12
Short Term 12
Directed by Destin Daniel Cretton
Opens at the Charles Theatre Oct. 18
If we’re lucky—if the tides are right and the winds are calm—we might get one or two movies a year as good as Short Term 12. It’s a far better movie, in fact, than the
Film Review: The Sapphires
An Upper from Down Under. Aboriginal girl band gets discovered, repackaged then shipped off to a gig in ‘Nam. You’ll love it!
Film Review: The Host
Occupy me. Sci-fi ‘possessed by aliens’ premise suffers from a botched script
'Spring Breakers,' as brainy as a beer bong
There is a long and colorful tradition of teen crime-spree films loaded with guns, wild music, booze, and always ample helpings of sex: all designed to generate...
It's Official: 'On the Road' is Unfilmable
Jack Kerouac’s rambling, poetic, salacious and spiritual semi-autobiographic opus has always been on the short list of great American novels that have been...