Ellen Page is wonderful in "The East." I've never seen her in a movie when she wasn't wonderful.
The movie is about a recent college graduate, Kate. Everywhere she goes, her debt follows her, symbolized by a creeping red mist.
This radical icon remains full of grace: Bogged down she's not, as she remains ready for the revolution, whatever form it may take.
The topical Dormant Beauty is about - depending on your point of view - the right to die, or rather, perhaps, the right to life.
Our Nixon, shown at the 2013 Los Angeles Film Festival, is a compilation film by Penny Lane about the only U.S. president who resigned and left office in disgrace.
Costa-Gavras is back with a new thriller about the banking industry.
How do you make a super-powered, cape-wearing alien work in the eyes of a cynical, seen-it-all-before 2013 audience?
Contrast, courage, and challenge ... these are the words one may think of when viewing "Far Out Isn't Enough: The Tomi Ungerer Story," written, produced, and directed by Brad Bernstein.
Star Trek Into Darkness is a pleasant enough popcorn flick with plenty of character development. But it falls short of its full potential.