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.
Somebody is stalking successful young urban professionals, force-feeding them mind-nullifying worms, and exploiting their suggestive state to rob them of their homes, money and sense of confidence.
The Rolling Stones may be sarcastic, misogynistic, and more than a little Jurassic, but they have come to define rock and roll.
"You've Been Trumped" is a sad tale about how Donald Trump used his money and power to destroy a fragile ecological zone on the Scottish coast and make the lives of residents miserable.
"Star Trek Into Darkness" benefits from 3-D and the latest movie gadgets, but suffers from not having Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry alive to make it original and creative.
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It's a celebration of a time when style had a direct and powerful relationship with changing the world.
The award-winning drama Finks is a fictionalized play by Joe Gilford based on the lives of his actor/comedian parents, Jack and Madeline Lee Gilford, who were victims of the McCarthy-era blacklist.
In Iron Man 3, the rich playboy's arrogance costs him and those he cares about dearly.