FaceBook Twitter youtube

Film

Emotion Motion

 

Someone Call Chris Hansen

 

Movieha! Your favorite movie podcast

 

Hot Dino-on-Dino Action

 

Chap-Hazard

 

Movieha! Your favorite movie podcast

 

Cutting Room for June 5

 

On Agents and Agency

 

Why So Serious?

 

Save the World, Do Butt Stuff

 

71 Unlucky Harms

Americans can barely be bothered to care about civil unrest and violence currently unfolding on their own soil, let alone on another continent…let alone a conflict that has since resolved years ago. Thus, even though the lasting peace that was brokered between dissidents and the British government in Northern Ireland should be of interest to the United States, if only because it would serve as a potential model...


Into-the-abyss-werner-herzog Cutting Room for March 20

Werner Herzog is one of my favorite things about life on earth. He’s only a badass documentarian who once completed an interview after being shot because “it was not a significant bullet” and cameoed on “Parks and Rec.” I’m beyond stoked that on Wednesday, April 22 at 7 pm, Film Streams and the University of Nebraska Omaha’s Grace Abbot School of Social Work will present a free screening of Into the Abyss at the...


What-we-do-in-the-shadows-image-1 Mocku-Dracu-mentary

Has any supernatural creature had a rougher decade than vampires? “I mean, have you seen that sparkling British twerp? Just stake me already.” Dracula whimpers at his “Monsters Can Feel” small group, as The Mummy offers him some tissue. From Twilight to Dracula Untold, fanged fiction has been worse and worser. Happily, What We Do in the Shadows does more than just erase the crap path these immortal suckers were on,...


Simon pegg kriv stenders kill me three times Don’t Watch Once

Kill Me Three Times fails to be the Australian version of Pulp Fiction that director Kriv Stenders so clearly wants it to be. Besides the fact that’s a boring aspiration anyway, Stender’s new film never manages to emulate the energy of the classic Tarantino film. Everything feels routine: the three titled acts presented out of chronological order, the jarring shifts between humor and violence, the chronic...


Page 11 of 223 pages ‹ First  < 9 10 11 12 13 >  Last ›

 

The Wolfpack

A fascinating documentary about a family locked away by their father who use film to escape.

GRADE
A-

Reader Recommends

Dope

A truly original indie comedy thriller with brains and heart. What more do you need, people?

GRADE
A

Inside Out

Inside the head of an 11-year-old girl controlled by her emotions. It's not quite as terrifying as that sounds.

GRADE
B-

Tomorrowland

Because no one should see it, maybe it should be called Neverland.

GRADE
D

Reader Recommends

Jurassic World

As it turns out, it's STILL a bad idea to have a theme park with dinosaurs.

GRADE
B+

On DVD

Chappie

A cliched Robocop riff stuffed with an insane South African rave-rap band.

GRADE
C

Spy

An action-comedy that's one bad recurring joke away from darn good!

GRADE
B

Sign up for GoodDealOmaha!