Film & TV

INTERVIEW: Elizabeth Banks channels Scorsese classic in ‘Walk of Shame’

Despite its title, Elizabeth Banks says that her new movie, Walk of Shame, isn’t really about […]

IFFBoston takes indies back with in-depth character sketches

IFFBoston takes indies back with in-depth character sketches

It doesn’t quite seem right to call Independent Film Festival Boston (IFFBoston) an “up-and-comer” or an […]

‘Transcendence’ fails to travel into creativity

“The internet was supposed to make the world a smaller place, but it actually feels smaller […]

‘Cuban Fury’ missing spice, Nick Frost doesn’t disappoint

When conjuring up the image of a salsa dancer, a pale, overweight British man is the […]

Marlon Wayans on frighteningly funny ‘A Haunted House 2′

Marlon Wayans on frighteningly funny ‘A Haunted House 2′

“I think a lot of funny people are really tormented souls. I’m not. I’m just crazy,” admitted […]

‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ packs more action, substance than first installment

Unless you have been hiding under a particularly large and soundproof rock over the last couple […]

INTERVIEW: Bad Words from good guy Jason Bateman

Jason Bateman isn’t a bad guy at all. He doesn’t even play one on TV. For […]

Aaron Paul has a Need for Speed, puts indies in neutral

Aaron Paul has a Need for Speed, puts indies in neutral

After his tenure as Jesse Pinkman on the Breaking Bad, Aaron Paul has Hollywood at his feet. […]

Liam Neeson flops in Non-Stop

Liam Neeson’s most recent effort in the once-Oscar-winner-turned-action-hero’s series of gruff federal agent movies, Non-Stop, is […]

Gloria proves how age should never let our love for life fade

Gloria could have easily been like every other movie of its kind. An older woman still trying to […]