Film Fans divided over disaster flick 'Pompeii'

The film combines romance, action-adventure and disaster.

OSCARS 2014: Movie critic Michael Clark makes predictions for Sunday's awards

Clark gives his take on the six major award categories and some of the lower-profile winners.

MOVIE REVIEW: Documentary film 'Kids for Cash' doesn't offer many surprises

The one thing “Kids” has going for it (and it’s big) is the willing participation of two Pennsylvania judges charged with a multitude of crimes relating to what proved to be the heartless and disgraceful mistreatment of minors.

MOVIE REVIEW: 'Son of God' preaches to the choir, plays it too safe

Cobbled and distilled from the 12-hour, 2013 History Channel mini-series “The Bible,” the film “Son of God” is something of a double-dipping cheat.

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MOVIE REVIEW: War film 'Stalingrad' delivers then begins to slip

If you want to see it, do so quickly. It’s only going to be playing for one week at eight local 3-D/IMAX theaters — including Mall of Georgia.

DISC SPOTLIGHT: 'Muscle Shoals'

“Muscle Shoals” is arguably the finest rock ‘n’ roll documentary ever produced.

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PROGRESS: Movie studio is 'catalyst project' for Jimmy Carter Boulevard area

Plans for the mixed-use development site include seven sound stages, a film school and some housing on site, as well as talk of high-rise office buildings and a five-star hotel.

Disc Spotlight: ‘Killing Kennedy’

The film is based on the second of three in a series of books by Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard.

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MOVIE REVIEW: Period piece "In Secret" features near-perfect casting in its leads

Writer/director Charlie Stratton has adapted Emile Zola’s novel “Thérèse Raquin” into the film “In Secret,” which stars Jessica Lange, Elizabeth Olsen, Tom Felton and Oscar Isaac.

FILM FANS: "RoboCop" remake one of the good ones

The 2014 remake of the 1987 film “RoboCop” stars Joel Kinnaman, Gary Oldman and Michael Keaton.


“All is Lost” should have been to Robert Redford what “Cast Away” was for Tom Hanks.

FILM FANS: 'Monuments Men' has its issues

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