Test your film knowledge with Michael Clark's movie trivia contest.
Depending on what you're looking for from it, "Midnight" will either be the most or least satisfying installment of the bunch.
This week, Michael Clark spotlights Disney's "Oz the Great and Powerful."
Overcompensating to the nth degree, director Zack Snyder loses all sense of restraint and turns everything over to his CGI effects team for this movie.
Local residents reviewed the movie of the week, "The Purge."
"This is the End" is the rare film that does it all while also managing to (dare it be said) get quasi-deep and metaphysical.
This week, movie critic Michael Clark spotlights "Warm Bodies."
Local residents reviewed "After Earth," the movie of the week.
"Summer" captures with deft accuracy what happens when the temperature rises, adolescent boys dream lustfully about girls and imagine life without their bothersome parents.
Several cities are hosting free events on June 7 and 8.
Test your film knowledge with Michael Clark's weekly movie trivia contest.
For tech-infatuated teens and other gadget-obsessed types, the movie will be viewed as a super-square, bait-and-switch yawn.
Unlike anything you have ever seen, "Stories We Tell" is equal parts reality TV and confessional/investigative documentary.
This flick is an unlikely character-driven drama at its core and ultimately values content over style.
The plight of Frances will be familiar to many a young college graduate who can't get a job in their chosen field with many of them moving back home with their parents.