Interview with 'Blindspotting' co-writers/stars Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal
'Eighth Grade' ATLFF Red Carpet Interview
Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again Will You Have You Singing AlongFortunately, its catchy songs and charming cast are enough for me to forgive its less than compelling plot.
Interview with Boots Riley, writer/director of 'Sorry to Bother You'
Sorry to Bother You is Intentionally Chaotic & UnpredictableIf you’re suffering from superhero fatigue or in the mood to watch a movie with substance, Sorry to Bother You is the movie to see this weekend.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Falls Short No matter how terrible the story is, there's something exciting about seeing a dinosaur on the big screen.
'Hearts Beat Loud' Interview with director Brett Haley and actress Kiersey Clemons
Tag is Equal Parts Funny and SentimentalMore than a rowdy comedy, Tag is about the importance of friendship and how holding onto a piece of your adolescence can help preserve the past and re-strengthen a bond.
Ocean's 8 Lacks Style and SubstanceIt's all about the con, conning us into thinking it's something it's not.
Latest Star Wars Film 'Solo' Debuts, Gets Early PraiseThe film tells the story of the early years of smuggler Han Solo, who was played by Harrison Ford in seven movies in the "Star Wars" franchise.
Georgia Film Festival May 18 - 21
In 'Solo,' A Battle For The Soul, And Tone, Of 'Star Wars'
Star Wars Franchise Vets And Newcomers Celebrate 'Solo' PremiereEveryone from the creator himself, George Lucas, to the 40+ year-old 'Star Wars' franchise's newest leading man made the scene for the world premiere of "Solo: A Star Wars Story."
Solo Premiere PrepsStar Wars Fans are Feeling the Force....
Tully is about Saying Farewell to Your Younger Self