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“Back to the Future” trilogy: Three gems out of time

The October 21, 2015 that we see in “Back to the Future: Part II” is a very different from the October 21, 2015 that...

‘Norbit’ exploits tired fat stereotypes in failed film

With a pending Oscar nomination for a serious role in "Dreamgirls," Eddie Murphy proves in "Norbit" that he can still make a bomb. Mild-mannered Norbit (Eddie Murphy, "The Haunted Mansion," "Daddy Day Care") is compelled into a relationship with Rasputia (also Eddie Murphy).

Movie Review: “3022 ft:” The story of Mt. Marathon

“3022 ft.” is the story of Mt. Marathon, Alaska's legendary 4th of July mountain race that's drawn racers to Seward for over a century... No,...

“The Hateful Eight” takes it slow

Can Tarantino make a slower film work?

‘The Clone Returns Home’: Sci-fi with a twist

In the world of “The Clone Returns Home” cloning a body is possible, but what about the spirit? “Even if you extract the memories and destroy the original body, the original soul will still remain,” says Professor Teshigawara (Toru Shinagawa, “Dark Water”) in a scene from the film.

Dark, romantic ‘Disturbia’ a stunning masterpiece

You cannot watch 'Disturbia' without comparing it to Alfred Hitchcock's classic film "Rear Window." Despite claims to the contrary, this is a remake of that film and an incredible one at that. From the opening lines of the film you know you're in for a special treat.

Movie Review: “Jurassic World” is brain-dead fun

The first “Jurassic Park” film was a landmark in cinema. While it didn’t have the most captivating story, the special effects were groundbreaking, combining...

’30 Days of Night’ has soft bite, AK inaccuracies

With the very cool idea behind the graphic novel "30 Days of Night" - vampires tramping up to Barrow, Alaska, for a monthlong feeding frenzy during winter's prolonged darkness - it was virtually assured that Hollywood would turn it into a movie. Yet while the flick is a huge cut above most of the gorefests passing themselves off as scary movies today, the premise and its repetitive gimmicks gradually grow as monotonous as, well, 30 days of night.

‘Bridge of Spies:’ a test of American and Soviet character

The 1950s were a strange time in terms of foreign policy. In many Americans' eyes, it was clear: it was us, or them. Many...

“Moloch Tropical” doesn’t reach its ambitions

TV movies rightfully get a bad wrap. The Lifetime television network alone deserves a separate section at the Razzie awards. But, disproving the notion...

Metropolis: Silent and timeless

Utopian societies are more likely than not impossible as long as the human race is the creature dreaming of them. Each person has his or her own idea of what a perfect society is, and not every person has Boy Scout principles guiding them.

Hollywood white savior strikes again

Hollywood is racist. It always has been, but what is racism? Let’s define some terms. Prejudice is the thought, discrimination is the action and racism is the system. There are systems all throughout society that benefit one race over another. In this system, white people are far more privileged than people of color.

‘Nymphomaniac: Vol. 1’ is lusty indulgence

Film: &nbsp Director: Release date: Rating: Country: "Nymphomaniac: Volume 1" Lars von Trier March 6, 2014 4/5 stars Denmark If the viewer could look into filmmaker Lars von Trier’s mind, chances are it would look almost...

Zombie romance offers a surprisingly successful twist on Romeo and Juliet

If love is a battlefield, this one’s a doozy. The story of Romeo and Juliet gets a modern revamp (or re-zomb?) in the new rom-zom-com “Warm Bodies,” where being a Capulet means you’re living, and a Montague means you’re the living dead.

‘Bio Zombie’ is delirious fun

“Bio Zombie” is “Resident Evil” through the eyes of “Shaun of the dead,” with enough goofy gimmicks to keep viewers entertained, at least for...

‘Bounty Hunter’ a mediocre romantic comedy

“The Bounty Hunter” DIRECTOR: Andy Tennant STARRING: Jennifer Aniston and Gerard Butler RUN TIME: 110 min. GENRE: Mystery/Romance/Comedy Sometimes all a viewer needs is a bit of light...

Film Review: “Age of Ultron” carries a lot of baggage

WARNING: SPOILERS FOR ALL PREVIOUS MARVEL MOVIES BELOW It has been two years since the Chitauri invasion of New York. S.H.I.E.L.D. has been all but...

‘Selma’ tells an important part of history

Recite the preamble to the United States Constitution. Perhaps a few people still remember it from high school government class. But could you say...

‘Anchorage Is’ provides a colorful portrait of Anchorage’s 100 years as a city

Over the past few weeks, “Anchorage Is” has been playing weekend after weekend at the Bear Tooth Theatrepub. It was originally scheduled for three...

‘McLintock’ a treat for classic John Wayne lover

John Wayne just never gets old, figuratively speaking of course. In the comedic western “McLintock,” John Wayne (“Rooster Cogburn”) and Maureen O’Hara (“The Parent Trap”) are a duo of perfection.

“Zoolander 2” is Easily Forgettable

When movie studios run out of ideas, their first thought is to recreate a film that was successful in the past. Sometimes it works...

‘Oblivion,’ a disappointment

‘Tis the summer of dystopian sci-fi movies. The pitcher is known for throwing curveballs, and first up to bat is Tom Cruise’s “Oblivi­on.” While it doesn’t strike out, it also doesn’t knock anything out of the ballpark.

“The Revenant” is a slow, beautiful grind

The brutality and satisfaction of "The Revenant"

Tim Burton’s ‘Frankenweenie’ sports surprises

First off, “Frankenweenie” is the first Tim Burton movie since “Big Fish” not to feature Johnny Depp, and the first since “Sleepy Hollow” not...

‘Bad Guy’ meditates on evil, mixed results

Title: “Bad Guy” Director: Ki-duk Kim Release date: Feb. 11, 2005 Genre: Drama Country: South Korea Rating: 3/5 Some people are just born evil. As for the wordless sociopath at...

‘X-Men: First Class’ in first place

Marvel is back with another X-Men movie, this one dipping deep into X-Men history, similar to the “Wolverine” movie. Set in the years between World War II and the Cuban Missile crisis, “X-Men: First Class” gives a nod to “Forrest Gump,” by inserting its characters into some of history’s most pivotal moments.

Retro Rewind: ‘Singin’ in the Rain’

“Singin’ in the Rain” is an indisputable classic. It’s fun, light-hearted and has a bunch of catchy tunes that’ll be stuck in your head...

‘Balls of Fury’ loses its bounce

The subject of sports spoofs has been done to death, but apparently Hollywood hasn't gotten the message yet. This time, "Balls of Fury" attempts to lampoon the world of competitive pingpong, but it fails miserably.

Film Review: “Fury Road” pleasantly surprises

Reboots are tricky things to do. Right off the bat, audience expectations are low. Some might accuse executives of reaching for low-hanging fruit. Fans...