“Unicorn Store,” the directorial debut of Brie Larson, opens with Larson painting a canvas with bright pastel colors and glitter. It is revealed she’s presenting her final work for art school. A panel of serious-minded professors dressed in black mark her efforts as a complete failure.
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“Shazam!” the latest collaboration between DC Comics and Warner Bros., represents the newest comic book superhero movie to make it to theaters and it won’t be the last. Just this month, we will be seeing two more: “Hellboy” and “Avengers: Endgame,” and in the coming months we will be getting…
“Dumbo,” the first of three live-action remakes of classic Disney animated films coming this year (“Aladdin” arrives May 24 and “The Lion King” on July 19), is a charming reworking of the 1941 original.
FRYEBURG, Maine — The Leura Hill Eastman Performing Arts Center, located at 18 Bradley St. in Fryeburg, Maine, will be presenting Mountainfilm on Tour 2019 on Friday, April 12, at 7 p.m.
For those too young to remember, 1994 was a good year for films. For everyone else, get ready to feel old as several major pop-culture touchstones are turning 25 this year.
This week, I reviewed Advice To The Players’ production of “Taming of the Shrew.” In my research, I was surprised to discover that there was an unofficial sequel written by John Fletcher called “The Woman's Prize, or the Tamer Tamed.”
TAMOWRTH — The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Eastern Slopes, located at 30 Tamworth Road in Tamworth, will be hosting an evening of film on Tuesday, March 26, at 7 p.m.
“Fighting With My Family,” the true story behind World Wrestling Entertainment star Paige and her family, is a surprisingly heartfelt underdog story told with more humility, wit and nuance than we have come to expect from the WWE.
Last weekend, I purchased a new car. It wasn’t expected, but sometimes life throws you a curveball. In honor of my latest vehicular purchase, I started thinking of some of my favorite movie cars.
With the 91th annual Academy Awards on Sunday, it may seem odd to be reviewing “Happy Death Day 2U” rather than one of the nominated films. Critics are quick to heap praise on prestige films like Best Picture favorite “Roma,” but any well-made film — even a low-budget B-movie — deserves spot…
With the drastic increase of comic book adaptations in the past decade, they’ve started to all become very similar to one another. In an overcrowded genre, the 10-episode Netflix Original Series “The Umbrella Academy” stands out from the other comic-book adaptations on the CW (“Arrow,” “Flas…
CONWAY — M&D Playhouse will be presenting its ninth annual Oscar party on Sunday, Feb. 24, at 7 p.m. at Beef and Ski, located at 2633 White Mountain Highway in North Conway.
Five years ago, “The LEGO Movie” was unexpectedly great. What could’ve been a 90-minute toy commercial was a clever, imaginative and funny animated film that was just as much for adults as kids.
This week, I caught up on movies I’ve been meaning to see — “Vice,” “On the Basis of Sex” and “The Kid Who Would Be King.” While these are three very different films, they can be linked through their discussions of leadership.