Film fans reviewed the movie of the week, “The Counselor.”
To be crystal clear: this is not a great movie or even a decent concept but neither was the “Twilight” franchise.
“Man of Tai Chi” was financed by no less than five studios, but only two of them are based in the U.S.
This week, Michael Clark spotlights “Family Tree,” the complete first season on DVD.
Cameron Gaskins has a role in the science-fiction action movie based on the 1985 book by Orson Scott Card.
Filming wrapped up at the Gwinnett Performing Arts Center Oct. 30. The flick is the sequel to the 1994 box office hit, “Dumb and Dumber.”
Local residents reviewed “Escape Plan,” the movie of the week starring Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
This movie offers little to nothing special plot wise but looks good doing it and the handful of methods employed in the disposing of some of the characters are original and always gruesome.
This week, movie critic Michael Clark spotlights “Love Actually’s” 10th Anniversary on Blu-ray disc.
Test your film knowledge with Michael Clark’s weekly movie trivia contest.
This flick is also too profane and raunchy for the PG-13 demographic, only flirts with spiritual issues and is not quite black but instead just mildly sarcastic.
It is not only the best film of 2013, it is the finest movie ever made to deal with the subject of slavery in the U.S., according to movie critic Michael Clark.
The director and screenwriter take a controversial, non-fictional, highly-polarizing figure and present a non-judgmental, politically-neutral film.
Michael Clark spotlights “The Way, Way Back” on Blu-ray disc.
Local residents reviewed “Captain Phillips,” the movie of the week.