Begin Again (2014)

by Sara Michelle Fetters - July 2nd, 2014 - Movie Reviews

Begin Again is noticeably safer than his Oscar-winning debut Once. At the same time, that doesn’t make it any less joyous, Begin Again having an innate hardscrabble authenticity to its layers.

Begin Again is noticeably safer than his Oscar-winning debut Once. At the same time, that doesn’t make it any less joyous, Begin Again having an innate hardscrabble authenticity to its layers.

Deliver Us from Evil (2014)

by Sara Michelle Fetters - July 2nd, 2014 - Movie Reviews

Deliver Us from Evil is a compendium of a number of exorcist-themed features melded with a police procedural, everything moving along as anticipated building to a conclusion that’s hardly surprising.

Deliver Us from Evil is a compendium of a number of exorcist-themed features melded with a police procedural, everything moving along as anticipated building to a conclusion that’s hardly surprising.

Tammy (2014)

by Sara Michelle Fetters - July 2nd, 2014 - Movie Reviews

For all the talent involved, and there’s a stupefying ton of it, Tammy is half-baked at best, making watching the finished product as tedious and as arduous a process as anything I’ve experienced this year.

For all the talent involved, and there’s a stupefying ton of it, Tammy is half-baked at best, making watching the finished product as tedious and as arduous a process as anything I’ve experienced this year.

Willow Creek (2014)

by Sara Michelle Fetters - July 2nd, 2014 - Film Festivals Movie Reviews

Willow Creek isn’t new, it doesn’t break the mold, but the honest truth is that it doesn’t have to. Goldthwait has made a seriously great scary movie.

Willow Creek isn’t new, it doesn’t break the mold, but the honest truth is that it doesn’t have to. Goldthwait has made a seriously great scary movie.

Snowpiercer (2014)

by Sara Michelle Fetters - June 27th, 2014 - Movie Reviews

While not the dystopian existential sci-fi masterpiece many hoped for, Snowpiercer is a solid, visually inventive and at times breathlessly exciting epic.

While not the dystopian existential sci-fi masterpiece many hoped for, Snowpiercer is a solid, visually inventive and at times breathlessly exciting epic.

Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014)

by Sara Michelle Fetters - June 27th, 2014 - Movie Reviews

I didn’t like Transformers: Age of Extinction, have no wish whatsoever to ever watch it again, but I can’t say I hated it in the same breath, either.

I didn’t like Transformers: Age of Extinction, have no wish whatsoever to ever watch it again, but I can’t say I hated it in the same breath, either.

Jersey Boys (2014)

by Sara Michelle Fetters - June 20th, 2014 - Movie Reviews

While certain elements do indeed fall a little flat, overall Eastwood’s adaptation of Jersey Boys manages to pack quite the melodious punch all the same.

While certain elements do indeed fall a little flat, overall Eastwood’s adaptation of Jersey Boys manages to pack quite the melodious punch all the same.

Obvious Child (2014)

by Sara Michelle Fetters - June 20th, 2014 - Film Festivals Four-Star Corner Movie Reviews

Make no mistake, Obvious Child is a stunning debut. More than that, it’s also a terrific piece of cinema I’ll be thinking about and extolling the virtues of for a heck of a long time to come.

Make no mistake, Obvious Child is a stunning debut. More than that, it’s also a terrific piece of cinema I’ll be thinking about and extolling the virtues of for a heck of a long time to come.

The Sacrament (2014)

by Sara Michelle Fetters - June 20th, 2014 - Movie Reviews

Chilling Sacrament a Disturbing Social Commentary Patrick’s (Kentucker Audley) missing sister Caroline (Amy Seimetz) has resurfaced. The former addict claims to have been cured, living within a secluded community located somewhere in South America run by an apparently kindhearted religious zealot known only as “Father” (Gene Jones). Heading to the secretive compound, Patrick is joined […]

Chilling Sacrament a Disturbing Social Commentary Patrick’s (Kentucker Audley) missing sister Caroline (Amy Seimetz) has resurfaced. The former addict claims to have been cured, living within a secluded community located somewhere in South America run by an apparently kindhearted religious zealot known only as “Father” (Gene Jones). Heading to the secretive compound, Patrick is joined […]

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