Documentary 'Anita' offers theories, insights difficult to dismiss

The film follows the Senate hearings on the Clarence Thomas Supreme Court nomination in 1991 that became an unintended landmark referendum on sexual harassment in the workplace.

Movie critic Michael clark reviews the documentary film “Anita.”

MOVIE REVIEW: Latest 'Captain America' film next best effort after first 'Iron Man'

Latest ‘Captain America’ film next best Marvel/Avengers effort after first ‘Iron Man’

This Marvel/Avengers adaptation stars Chris Evans as Captain America, Robert Redford as Alexander Pierce and Sebastian Stan, the Winter Soldier.

Movie trivia contest: April 4

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DISC SPOTLIGHT: 'The King of Comedy'

Movie critic Michael Clark spotlights the 30th anniversary edition of “The King of Comedy.”

MOVIE REVIEW: 'Le Week-End' is smart, alternately prickly, warm look at love

The film marks the third cinematic collaboration between British writer Hanif Kureishi and French director Roger Michell and stars Jim Broadbent and Lindsay Duncan.

FILM FANS: Entertainment factor of 'Muppets Most Wanted' praised, called into question

The film “Muppets Most Wanted” picks up where the 2011 movie “The Muppets” left off.

MOVIE REVIEW: Film 'Cesar Chavez' doesn't serve memory of the man or cause as well as it should

A biography of the activitist and labor organizer, “Cesar Chavez” stars Michael Peña, America Ferrera and Rosario Dawson.

DISC SPOTLIGHT: 'The Wolf of Wall Street'

For die-hard Scorsese (and Leonardo DiCaprio) fans, “The Wolf of Wall Street” is worth owning solely for the highly-illuminating featurette.

MOVIE REVIEW: Sweeping epic 'Noah' mostly runs aground

Sweeping epic ‘Noah’ mostly runs aground

The story of the Biblical figure Noah is directed Darren Aronofsky and stars Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly and Anthony Hopkins.

Movie trivia contest: March 28

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MOVIE REVIEW: From character study, social metaphor to straight-ahead action-thriller, ‘Divergent’ delivers

The film “Divergent,” based on the first in a series of books by Veronica Roth, stars Shailene Woodley, Theo James, Kate Winslet and Ashley Judd.

FILM FANS: Divided over ‘Need for Speed’ plot, Film Fans agree it delivers fast-paced action

Gwinnett Daily Post Film Fans weigh in on the action movie “Need for Speed” starring Aaron Paul of “Breaking Bad” fame.

DISC SPOTLIGHT: ‘American Hustle’

Co-writer and director David O. Russell juggles style, plot and character development quite well and his use of period pop music is astonishing.

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Movie trivia contest: March 21

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Director-actor Jason Bateman spells revenge with a bee in ‘Bad Words’

Actor Jason Bateman makes his directorial debut in “Bad Words.”