Race

Release: Friday, February 19, 2016 [Theater] Written by: Joe Shrapnel; Anna Waterhouse Directed by: Stephen Hopkins No sports film is strictly a celebration of athleticism. Tethered to that name or group of names is the burden of understanding, not of themselves -- the athlete knows specifically what he or she is -- but rather that their actions represent a … Continue reading Race

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The Monuments Men

Release: Friday, February 7, 2014 [Theater] Hollywood's golden boy, the man who no one thinks will actually age is not only going grey, he's becoming uninteresting. His latest directorial effort fails as a historical work of art, but succeeds in the extreme in showcasing A-list celeb vapidity. I've never been the biggest sucker for the handsome … Continue reading The Monuments Men

The Book Thief

Release: Friday, November 8, 2013 (limited) [Theater] The talented, young Sophie Nélisse steps into this significantly bleak lead role as the orphaned Liesel Meminger after her mother leaves her with a German couple during the escalation of World War II. Burdened with an extraordinarily trying existence, Leisel's pain soon will become your own as you watch … Continue reading The Book Thief