Latest 4 star movies

  • Inside Llewyn Davis

    If you’ve ever, for a second, envisioned a career pursuing your creative interests (or worse, if you’ve actually taken that plunge), then the film will touch something deep and important inside you.

    (8) by Kofi Outlaw
  • Saving Mr. Banks

    This is a solid bet for that feel-good family film, despite the fact that it contains some heavier (but worthwhile) dramatic elements.

    (23) by Kofi Outlaw
  • The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

    The director has once again delivered a humorous and enthralling (read: downright entertaining) adventure in Middle-earth with rich characters, sharp visuals, and an epic storyline.

    (143) by Ben Kendrick
  • Frozen

    Frozen is another fine addition to the Disney animated feature pantheon, offering a witty and heartfelt princess fairly tale with creative musical elements and some visual panache.

    (34) by Sandy Schaefer
  • An Adventure in Space and Time

    The docudrama won’t appeal to everyone but it’s hard to find much fault in the final product – which excels as a thoughtful, evocative, and beautifully shot look back at the early days of Doctor Who.

    (16) by Ben Kendrick
  • The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

    Lawrence and Lawrence prove to be winning team, and like Panem itself, this franchise is just now catching fire.

    (97) by Kofi Outlaw
  • Afflicted

    Afflicted is a major achievement in a wide variety of respects and will undoubtedly open doors for Prowse and Lee.

    (9) by Perri Nemiroff
  • Nebraska

    Payne’s film (taken as a whole) is really an elegant work of storytelling, which manages to make a thoughtful statement about the current demographic of older Americans.

    (4) by Sandy Schaefer
  • Little Favour

    Little Favour is a film definitely worth it if you’re a fan of espionage action, Cumberbatch, slick stylistic indie shorts – or all three.

    (18) by Kofi Outlaw
  • Captain Phillips

    Greengrass and Hanks succeed in Captain Phillips with an astute and exciting action-thriller/biopic.

    (30) by Ben Kendrick
  • Don Jon

    Gordon-Levitt offers something that is funny, witty, honest and eventually heartfelt, without having to pander to the saccharine fantasies or gross-out raunch humor.

    (37) by Kofi Outlaw
  • Prisoners

    Thriller and drama enthusiasts should find plenty of powerful performances and rich story material to make Prisoners an exhilarating and penetrating theater experience.

    (90) by Ben Kendrick
  • The Spectacular Now

    The Spectacular Now is still a strong addition to the adolescent coming of age sub-genre – one that forgoes easy wistfulness in favor of untidy human emotion.

    (9) by Sandy Schaefer
  • The Conjuring

    The Conjuring is a very satisfying horror movie outing, but when it’s done – beyond the trauma of a freaky moviegoing experience – there is little to ponder or reflect upon.

    (70) by Kofi Outlaw
  • Man of Steel

    Man of Steel has more than earned its keep, and deserves to be THE iconic Superman movie for a whole new generation.

    (662) by Kofi Outlaw
  • Much Ado About Nothing

    Much Ado About Nothing is a faithful, pleasant and enjoyable small-scale production of Shakespeare’s classic. If you are in for the experiment, you’ll likely be charmed by the result.

    (16) by Kofi Outlaw
  • Star Trek Into Darkness

    The result is another bold voyage for the Starship Enterprise – one that will likely wow most moviegoers (even if it irks a few die-hard Trekkies).

    (163) by Ben Kendrick
  • The Great Gatsby

    Those looking for something more sophisticated (but no less visually entertaining ) than the average summer blockbuster, Great Gatsby 3D offers a mix of old Hollywood grandeur and new Hollywood edge.

    (51) by Kofi Outlaw
  • Disconnect

    If the stresses of the real world (and start-to-finish emotional turmoil) are not what you prefer to spend your ticket money on, then best seek a connection elsewhere.

    (8) by Kofi Outlaw
  • 42

    42 presents plenty of challenging material, but it’s all in service of a thought-provoking and evocative Jackie Robinson movie experience.

    (30) by Ben Kendrick