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What’s Up at the Movies: We Review “The Story of Fire...

One of the earliest scenes in Will Ferrell’s newest movie, Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga, encapsulates both its greatest...

Review: ‘Knives Out’ includes brilliant cast, masterful storytelling

Successful mystery writer Harlan Thrombey (Christopher Plummer) is found dead from an apparent suicide, but private eye Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig), fresh...

Showcase Cinemas re-opening Friday, July 3

By Showcase Cinemas Norwood, MA, - Showcase Cinemas, a world leader in the motion picture exhibition industry, announced today...

Movie Review: “The Lighthouse” shines bright (and dark…)

When Robert Eggers made his directorial debut in 2015 with one of the best horror films of the decade, it was clear...

What’s Up at the Movies: We Review “John Lewis: Good Trouble”

John Lewis has some advice for you… “Get into trouble, good trouble,” he recommends. The 80-year-old Congressman and longtime...

What’s Up at the Movies: We Review “Nobody Knows I’m Here”

Despite its Chilean setting and origin, director Gaspar Antillo’s debut film Nobody Knows I’m Here (Nadie Sabe Que Estoy Aquí in the...

What’s Up at the Movies: We Review “The Lovebirds”

Michael Showalter’s The Lovebirds, which stars Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani as a couple on the rocks who find themselves tied up...

What’sUp at the Movies: We Review “Palm Springs”

As a movie featuring a time loop, it’s inevitable that every review of Palm Springs, which released on Hulu today after premiering...

What’s Up at the Movies: We Review “The High Note”

Like The Lovebirds, director Nisha Ganatra’s The High Note is another movie forced into an online release by the pandemic, following the...

What’sUp at the Movies: We Review “The Old Guard”

The Old Guard, Netflix’s new action film from director Gina Prince-Blythewood, is in a constant state of conflict with itself. The premise—...

What’s Up at the Movies: We Review Netflix’s “Tigertail”

There’s an inherent difficulty that comes with making a film about the inability to connect. One of cinema’s strengths as a medium...

Jane Pickens Announces Upcoming Films in Virtual Screening Room

Like many independent theaters, the Jane Pickens Film and Events Center in Newport is facing serious financial challenges due to the CCOVID-19...

What’sUp at the Movies: We Review “First Cow”

From the opening minutes of First Cow, the latest film by American director Kelly Reichardt, nature has an enormous presence. The camera...

What’s Up at the Movies: We Review “Capone”

In 2012, director Josh Trank made his feature film debut with Chronicle, which made creative use of the found-footage format to tell...

What’s Up at the Movies: We Review “Shirley”

Early on in Shirley, the new film from director Josephine Decker based on Susan Scarf Merrell’s book of the same name, the...

What’s Up at the Movies: We Review “The Rental”

Early responses to The Rental, the directorial debut of actor Dave Franco, have been interestingly divided. While movies often do better with...

What’s Up at the Movies: Spaceship Earth – Watch at Jane...

Though it occurred a few years before I was born, I was vaguely aware of the Biosphere 2 project before sitting down...

What’s Up at the Movies: We Review Spike Lee’s “Da 5...

It’s clear that Da 5 Bloods, Spike Lee’s latest film and his first for Netflix, was always intended to feel relevant. Much...