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 Review :: Baby Steps

Review :: Baby Steps

By Roger Walker-Dack | Aug 17
Danny wants a baby, and his mother wants to be a grandmother but only if her son will ditch his boyfriend and find a nice girl in this very cute comedy.

Documentary 'Chasing Capri' Follows Southern Teen's Trans Experience

Documentary 'Chasing Capri' Follows Southern Teen's Trans Experience

Aug 17
Southeast filmmaker Caleb Holland is releasing his documentary film "Chasing Capri" in August. The film captures the coming of age story of teen trans activist Capri Culpepper.

In a Weak Summer at the Box Office, Bright Spots Abound

In a Weak Summer at the Box Office, Bright Spots Abound

By Jake Coyle | Aug 17
On their face, the numbers are grim. Movie ticket sales in North America are running roughly half a billion dollars behind last summer's box office, making this one of lowest-grossing summers in years.

Insider Q&A: Scary Forecasts at the Box Office

Insider Q&A: Scary Forecasts at the Box Office

By Marley Jay | Aug 16
It's been a rough summer at the box office, and movie theater chains are feeling the pain. It got worse last week when AMC Entertainment said U.S. box office grosses are sinking.

Daniel Craig Announces Return as James Bond

Daniel Craig Announces Return as James Bond

Aug 16
Daniel Craig will return for a fifth go-around as James Bond.

Warren Beatty on 'Bonnie and Clyde' at 50

Warren Beatty on 'Bonnie and Clyde' at 50

By Jake Coyle | Aug 15
"Bonnie and Clyde" might have indelibly captured the spirit of the anti-authoritarian'60s with a pair of devil-may-care bank robbers from the '30s. But it didn't exactly roar into theaters when it opened 50 years ago.

 Review :: Chuck

Review :: Chuck

By Louise Adams | Aug 15
The real boxer who inspired the movie "Rocky" is explored in this amiable feature.

 Review :: Baby Steps

Review :: Baby Steps

By Roger Walker-Dack | Aug 15
The movie has a great heart and clearly shows that Cheng has great promise as a new filmmaker, but Ang Lee he is not. To be fair, this entertaining, feel-good film with everyone living happily ever after should be judged on its own merits.

 Review :: The Lonely Italian

Review :: The Lonely Italian

By Roger Walker-Dack | Aug 15
This oddball hybrid of movie -- part documentary and part fictional comedy -- tries desperately to milk every ounce of humor in an awkward parody of online dating.

Remembering Jeanne Moreau

Remembering Jeanne Moreau

By David Lamble | Aug 12
Moreau would have not broken out of the pack had not one of her favorite directors, Louis Malle, not stripped her of makeup and shot her pouty lips and downturned countenance in natural light.

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