Following up on one of the biggest locally shot hits was not an easy task for the new movie “Accidental Family.” But it was a fun one.
A broken centerpiece fountain in the middle of North 25th and Folsom streets in St. Joseph raises questions about whether the fountain was broken by accident or in an act of vandalism.
The classic movie trailer voice refrain used to start with, “In a world ...”
After a year off, the summer movie season will be back in (mostly) full swing.
There’s no shortage of comedic riffs on the superhero genre, except for one about middle-aged women.
No one goes to a “Godzilla” or “King Kong” movie to see the humans. They just want to see destruction.
Dementia is a tough topic to tackle in a movie.
Teen pop star biopics are usually reserved for either promoting a new album or a post-mortem after a personal tragedy.
I don’t have the statistics in front of me, but I’d say a majority of the people who will watch the slow-burn drama of “Nomadland” have never thought of what it takes to be a person with no home.
The past year in film has shined a light on the topics we weren’t told in history class.