This is easily the worst film so far this year, according to movie critic Michael Clark.
LOS ANGELES -- The original "Star Trek" series (and its various successors) used science fiction as a way to make observations about contemporary world issues like racism, war, etc., so it's no surprise that J.J. Abrams' "Trek" reboot, now in its second installment, puts 9/11 into the mix.. If there
Local residents reviewed "The Great Gatsby," the movie of the week.
Test your film knowledge with Michael Clark's weekly movie trivia contest.
3:10 To Yuma: Criterion Collection Blu-ray (NR)
From the narrative and acting perspectives, the film hits on all cylinders, but director Baz Luhrmann takes everything else to the extreme.
The 2013 Coca-Cola Summer Film Festival begins in June.
Michael Clark spotlights Liongate's "Citizen Hearst."
Test your film knowledge with Michael Clark's weekly movie trivia.
Writer Salman Rushdie's premise suggests all Indian children born on that day were blessed with a unique magical power or go on to play a significant role in the history of the newborn country.
Local residents reviewed "Iron Man 3," the movie of the week.
"Need for Speed" movie, starring "Breaking Bad" star Aaron Paul and Michael Keaton, scheduled to be released next March
Check out movie critic Michael Clark's preview for the year's spring and summer movie line-up.
Picking up essentially where "The Avengers" left off, Tony Stark has gone from being an alcoholic, paranoid mess to an obsessed workaholic spending sleepless days at a time crafting new variations on the Iron Man suit.
Film Fans features local residents reviewing the movie of the week, "Pain & Gain."