Child’s Play

Child’s Play

Annabelle the creepy doll from The Conjuring movies gets her second, standalone film with Annabelle: Creation, a silly movie that is, nevertheless, enjoyable thanks to some deft direction and surprisingly competent acting.

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In the mood for a Batman movie (Lego or otherwise)? How about a fun action adventure showing in an outdoor venue? A Japanese film based on a manga? Some British theater?

Reel Indie

Movies hitting Tucson's independent theaters

Towering Inferno

This movie is a catastrophe, and a complete slight to everyone

Distaff Reign

Charlize Theron puts another pin on her action-hero lapel

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A preview of films and events coming to Tucson's indie theaters

Fog of War

In a strange way, this ambitious, confusing but visually stunning work is one of Christopher Nolan's least successful films.

Reel Indie

As the summer heat continues, make a mad dash from the AC in your house to the AC in your car to the AC in one of Tucson's indie movie theaters.

Indie Screen

It's a big week at Tucson's best indie theatre as the Loft Cinema reopens its main auditorium with brand-new seats!

Bedside Manner

This film is an amazing beast in its own rom-com category. Let's just call it a rom-coma comedy.

Here Comes the Spider-Man

This isn't your typical approach to a superhero origin story; it's a let-her-rip, no nonsense declaration that the right web-slinging incarnation has arrived, and he's ready to party.

Oh, Baby

Geeks like me have been bitching about director Edgar Wright's Ant-Man exodus for a couple of years, now.

Wretched Robots

Bob Grimm on why the final Transformers movie is really awful.

Back on Track

The Cars franchise gets a nice little rebirth with Cars 3, a much, much better movie than Cars 2, and a slightly better movie than the first Cars

Mum's the Turd

I don't hate The Mummy because it's a terrible movie. I hate it because it could have, and should have, been good.

Girl Power

The DCU gets the blast of fun it sorely needed with Wonder Woman, a film that gets it right on almost every front and features a performance from Gal Gadot that makes it seem the role was her birthright.

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