The latest film following the West Memphis Three covers the span of the case, from their apprehension to their eventual release.
Mark Metcalf breaks down this year’s not-so-surprising Best Director snubs and pitches for his favorite Best Picture nominees.
The Oriental Theater screens all five of the animated short films in contention this year, as well as the live-action shorts.
Mark Anderson, of Theatre Gigante, in an excerpt from his brilliant monologue: “Me, You, Art and Trout.” Video by Val Danculovich.
The zombie-human love story is a unique angle, but the story itself is nothing more than a too-long homage to “Romeo & Juliet.”
Director Michael Haneke’s simple but striking observational technique results in a moving portrait of a devoted elderly couple in their last months of life.
Marion Cotillard, among the great actors of the age, digs down to the truth of a tragic and inspiring role.
Cream City stages get busy with productions from the Rep, Renaissance, Sunset and more, while winter’s Gallery Night launches several exhibits.
If Kathryn Bigelow’s latest, about the hunt for Bin Laden, is “just a movie,” it’s solid entertainment. But Mark Metcalf’s not sure about that.
Naomi Watts and Ewan McGregor deliver powerful performances in Juan Antonio Bayona’s “The Impossible,” opening Friday at the Oriental Theatre.