Many will doubt this film's ability to trump the success and artistic integrity of 2008's The Dark Knight (generally considered to be the "Godfather" of superhero films).
Americans are left pondering why and wondering what if anything can be done to stop it and also, 'how did this occur, and what caused it?'
The films bridged the gap between completely unbelievable and utter nonsense, but they did it with admirable verve and commitment.
On June 22, 1950, renowned musicians/performers Leonard Bernstein, Aaron Copland, Lena Horne, Pete Seeger and Artie Shaw were labeled as suspected "Communist sympathizers" in the infamous publication "Red Channels."
This is the story of a civil rights activist and union organizer who became a linguist, went to China after World War II, and joined the Chinese Communist revolution.
The storytelling approach here was very cerebral, which instantly makes "Prometheus" a candidate for the best science fiction film seen in several years.
Moviegoers can take their pick of several good light-hearted films as the summer season begins. Each of these four has something to say and says it well.
Animal rights and environmental activists are suddenly snapping to attention in the face of this once-misunderstood music.
If ever there were a talent worthy of high regard, this gentle cauldron of imagination seems a figure that ought to be regarded as a national treasure.
"Chernobyl Diaries" seems to casually abuse the real-life story behind the abandoned city of Pripiat for the sake of a few scares.